Archives de Philosophie 4 (4):647-667 (2001)

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Stephane Chauvier
Sorbonne Université
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Abstract : That paper proposes an interpretation of the kantian theory of I-thoughts and self-knowledge. We show that Kant has admitted the humean theory of the elusiveness of the Self, but that he hasn’t endorse a “no-owner theory”. He has argued in favor of the apriority of the « I think ». We scrutinize how that conception can be applied to some varieties of ordinary I-thoughts and stress upon its difficulties.
Keywords aperception  first-person pronoun   self-consciousness   Kant
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