Reflections on Kant's concept (and intuition) of space

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In this paper, I investigate an important aspect of Kant's theory of pure sensible intuition. I argue that, according to Kant, a pure concept of space warrants and constrains intuitions of finite regions of space. That is, an a priori conceptual representation of space provides a governing principle for all spatial construction, which is necessary for mathematical demonstration as Kant understood it.
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Lisa Shabel (1998). Kant on the `Symbolic Construction' of Mathematical Concepts. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 29 (4):589-621.
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