Review: Van Cleve, James, Problems from Kant [Book Review]

Rae Langton
Cambridge University
According to Van Cleve, Kant distinguishes phenomena from things in themselves, thereby distinguishing the virtual from the real; and Kant makes primary qualities merely spatial. However, phenomena are not the virtual, but the relational; things in themselves are not the real, but the intrinsic. Moreover, to make primary qualities merely spatial is to leave out force, and thereby leave out the feature that makes phenomena relational and real-not just virtual.
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DOI 10.1111/j.1933-1592.2003.tb00256.x
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