Subsunción de lo sensible según categorías. La discusión de Richard Kroner y Salomón Maimon con Immanuel Kant

Revista de filosofía (Chile) 66:127-143 (2010)

Abstract
Kant habla de "subsunción" en la Crítica de la razón pura para explicar el modo en que las categorías lograrían determinar lo sensible en el conocimiento. Salomon Maimon y Richard Kroner muestran algunas dificultades de tal intento. Ambos buscan vías de salida a esas dificultades, el primero eliminando la dualidad de las fuentes de conocimiento, el segundo, dejando atrás el pensamiento de la subsunción. En este artículo se exponen las tres posiciones y se muestra, a partir de una interpretación de Maimon, que tanto el intento kantiano como la vía de salida propuesta por Kroner son problemáticos. In the Critique of Pure Reason Kant speaks of "subsumption" to explain the way in which categories would be able to determine the sensible in knowledge. Salomon Maimon and Richard Kroner show that there are certain difficulties in such an attempt. Both search for a way out of these difficulties, the former eliminating the duality of sources of knowledge; the lattery leaving behind the concept of subsumption. This article presents all three points of view and shows that, according to the Maimonian interpretation, both the Kantian attempt and Kroner's proposed solution are problematic
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