Kant On The Ideality Of Space

Canadian Journal of Philosophy 18 (June):271-286 (1988)
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The purpose of my paper is to interpret kant's transcendental idealism by looking at his claim that space is "nothing but" ideal. My position is that if we grant to kant the thesis that space is an "a priori" condition for knowing objects, Then it follows that our notion of space can only refer to the character of our experience, Not to properties of things as they may be "in themselves." and this, I argue, Yields a sense of the ideality of space
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