Signos Filosóficos 12 (23):9-37 (2010)

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The Kantian remarks concerning the thing in itself as cause of the sensitive affection are certainly problematic, since they seem to contradict the Critical principle that states the unknowability of things in themselves, and seem to involve, on the other hand, an illegitimate use of the categories...
Keywords AFFECTION   CATEGORIES   THING IN ITSELF   REALISM   SENSITIVITY  AFECCIÓN   CATEGORÍAS   COSA EN SÍ   REALISMO   SENSIBILIDAD
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