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Kant-Studien 79 (1-4) (1988)
|Abstract||For most commentators, Kant holds a basically lockean view of the order of knowledge acquisition: sensory affection produces inner-Sense representations from which outer objects are subsequently inferred; in particular, Outer time order is derived from inner time order in the second analogy. But kant actually holds that outer sense is prior to inner sense. This latter view is defended by distinguishing two senses of inner sense: inner sense in itself and inner sense as appearance. The first, If there is one, Is prior to outer sense; but the second, The one kant meant, Is posterior|
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