Juicio, contenido judicativo y verdad según lotze. La geltungslogik y su influencia sobre la teoría del juicio en la tradición anti-psicologista de la filosofía de la lógica alemana

Manuscrito 30 (1):65-99 (2007)

Alejandro G. Vigo
Universidad de Navarra
In this paper I discuss Lotze’s conception of judgement in the framework of his “logic of validity” . I first consider Lotze’s influence on the platonic turn of German philosophy of logic. Second, I explain how Lotze tries to overcome the traditional ontological framework by distinguishing between “being” and “validity”. Finally, I discuss Lotze’s conception of judicative content and point out its consequences for the evolution of the doctrine of judgement in neokantianism and phenomenology
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