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Kant and the early moderns
edited by Daniel Garber and Beatrice Longuenesse.

Published 2008 by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Introduction / Daniel Garber and Beatrice Longuenesse
Kant's "I think" versus Cescartes' "I am a thing that thinks" / Beatrice Longuenesse
Descartes' "I am a thing that thinks" versus Kant's "I think" / Jean-Marie Beyssade
Kant's critique of the Leibnizian philosophy : contra the Leibnizians, but pro Leibniz / Anja Jauernig
What Leibniz really said? / Daniel Garber
Kant's transcendental idealism and the limits of knowledge : Kant's alternative to Locke's physiology / Paul Guyer
The "sensible object" and the "uncertain philosophical cause" / Lisa Downing
Kant's critique of Berkeley's concept of objectivity / Dina Emundts
Berkeley and Kant / Kenneth P. Winkler
Kant's Human solution to Hume's problem / Wayne Waxman
Should Hume have been a transcendental idealist? / Don Garrett.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
B2798 .K22273 2008

The Physical Object

p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
Internet Archive
9780691137001, 9780691137018
LC Control Number
Library Thing
6813885 3845259

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