Kant s Philosophy of Mathematics

Kant s Philosophy of Mathematics

Essential for students and scholars, this book brings contemporary Kantian scholarship together with the history of philosophy of mathematics.

Author: Carl Posy

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107042902

Category: Philosophy

Page: 328

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Essential for students and scholars, this book brings contemporary Kantian scholarship together with the history of philosophy of mathematics.
Categories: Philosophy

Kant s Philosophy of Mathematics Volume 1 The Critical Philosophy and its Roots

Kant s Philosophy of Mathematics  Volume 1  The Critical Philosophy and its Roots

(2010): “Philosophy, Geometry, and Logic in Leibniz, Wolff, and the Early Kant,” in Domski and Dickson (eds.), 155–192. (2017): “Kant's Conception of Number”, Philosophical Reviews 126, 147–190. Taisbak, Christian M. (2000): Dedomena: ...

Author: Carl Posy

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108669535

Category: Philosophy

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The late 1960s saw the emergence of new philosophical interest in Kant's philosophy of mathematics, and since then this interest has developed into a major and dynamic field of study. In this state-of-the-art survey of contemporary scholarship on Kant's mathematical thinking, Carl Posy and Ofra Rechter gather leading authors who approach it from multiple perspectives, engaging with topics including geometry, arithmetic, logic, and metaphysics. Their essays offer fine-grained analysis of Kant's philosophy of mathematics in the context of his Critical philosophy, and also show sensitivity to its historical background. The volume will be important for readers seeking a comprehensive picture of the current scholarship about the development of Kant's philosophy of mathematics, its place in his overall philosophy, and the Kantian themes that influenced mathematics and its philosophy after Kant.
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Quo Vadis Metaphysics

Quo Vadis  Metaphysics

Kant, I. (1929), Critique of Pure Reason, translated by N. K. Smith, London: Macmillan and Co.; ... Posy, C.J. and Rechter O. (Forthcoming), Kant's Philosophy of Mathematics, Volume 1: The Critical Philosophy and Its Roots, ...

Author: Mirosław Szatkowski

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110664812

Category: Philosophy

Page: 507

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The old philosophical discipline of metaphysics – after having been pronounced dead by many – has enjoyed a significant revival within the last thirty years, due to the application of the methods of analytic philosophy. One of the major contributors to this revival is the outstanding American metaphysician Peter van Inwagen. This volume brings together twenty-two scholars, who, in commemoration of Prof. van Inwagen's 75th birthday, ponder the future prospects of metaphysics in all the richness to which it has now returned. It is only natural that logical and epistemological reflections on the significance of metaphysics – sometimes called “meta-metaphysics” – play a considerable role in most of these papers. The volume is further enriched by an interview with Peter van Inwagen himself.
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Kant s Mathematical World

Kant s Mathematical World

The Philosophy of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. New York: Free Press. Posy, C., and Ofra Rechter, eds. 2020. KantVs Philosophy of Mathematics, vol. 1: The Critical Philosophy and Its Roots. Cambridge: Cambridge University ...

Author: Daniel Sutherland

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108429962

Category: Mathematics

Page: 300

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An explanation of the foundations of Kant's philosophy of mathematics and its connection to his account of human experience.
Categories: Mathematics

The Court of Reason

The Court of Reason

Kant's Philosophy of Mathematics. Volume 1: The Critical Philosophy and its Roots. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 103 – 25 → Capozzi, Mirella and Roncaglia, Gino (2009): “Logic and Philosophy of Logic from Humanism to Kant” ...

Author: Beatrix Himmelmann

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110701449

Category: Philosophy

Page: 2118

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The Proceedings present the contributions to the 13th International Kant Congress which was held at the University of Oslo, August 6-9, 2019. The congress, which hosted speakers from more than thirty countries and five continents, was dedicated to the topic of the court of reason. The idea that reason stands before itself as a tribunal characterizes the whole of Kant's critical project. Without such a court, reason falls into conflict with itself. With such a court in place, however, it may succeed in establishing the possibility and limits of metaphysics, ethics, aesthetics, law and science. The idea of reason being its own judge is not only pivotal to a proper understanding of Kant's philosophy, but can also shed light on the burgeoning fields of meta-philosophy and philosophical methodology. The 2019 Kant Congress put special emphasis on Kant's methodology, his account of conceptual critique, and the relevance of his ideas to current issues in especially political philosophy and the philosophy of law. Additional sections discussed a wide range of topics in Kant's philosophy. The Proceedings will provide anyone who is interested in exploring the variety of present-day work on Kant and Kantian themes with a wealth of fruitful inspiration.
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Kant Kantianism and Idealism

Kant  Kantianism  and Idealism

Together, these volumes present a coherent and comprehensive accountof the continental philosophical tradition that ... Volume1 begins with the origins of continental philosophy inKant and the earliest responses to his critical ...

Author: Thomas Nenon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317546986

Category: Philosophy

Page: 360

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"Kant, Kantianism and Idealism" presents an overview of German Idealism, the major movement in philosophy from the late 18th to the middle of the 19th Century. The period was dominated by Kant, Fichte, Schelling and Hegel, whose work influenced not just philosophy, but also art, theology and politics. The volume covers not only these major figures but also their main followers and interpreters. These include Kant's younger contemporary Herder, his early critics such as Jacobi, Reinhold, and Maimon, and his readers Schiller and Schlegel - who shaped much of the subsequent reception of Kant in art, literature and aesthetics - as well as Schopenhauer, whose unique appropriation and criticism of theories of cognition later had a decisive influence on Nietzsche. The "Young Hegelians" - such as Bruno Bauer, Ludwig Feuerbach, and David Friedrich Strauss, whose writings would influence Engels and Marx - are also discussed. The influence of Kant and German Idealism also extended into France, shaping the thought of such figures as Saint-Simon, Fourier, and Proudhon, whose work would prove decisive for subsequent philosophical, political, and economic thinking in Europe in the second half of the 19th century.
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Kant Studies on Mathematics in the Critical Philosophy

Kant  Studies on Mathematics in the Critical Philosophy

Leibniz follows Locke (1959, Essay 2.17.7-8, vol. 1, 281) in ... I explore the Leibnizian roots of Kant's idealism in Chapter 1 ... of line segments (Kant himself emphasizes this 57 KANT: STUDIES ON MATHEMATICS IN THE CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY.

Author: Emily Carson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317407904

Category: Philosophy

Page: 280

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There is a long tradition, in the history and philosophy of science, of studying Kant’s philosophy of mathematics, but recently philosophers have begun to examine the way in which Kant’s reflections on mathematics play a role in his philosophy more generally, and in its development. For example, in the Critique of Pure Reason, Kant outlines the method of philosophy in general by contrasting it with the method of mathematics; in the Critique of Practical Reason, Kant compares the Formula of Universal Law, central to his theory of moral judgement, to a mathematical postulate; in the Critique of Judgement, where he considers aesthetic judgment, Kant distinguishes the mathematical sublime from the dynamical sublime. This last point rests on the distinction that shapes the Transcendental Analytic of Concepts at the heart of Kant’s Critical philosophy, that between the mathematical and the dynamical categories. These examples make it clear that Kant's transcendental philosophy is strongly influenced by the importance and special status of mathematics. The contributions to this book explore this theme of the centrality of mathematics to Kant’s philosophy as a whole. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Canadian Journal of Philosophy.
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Noctua volume IV 1 2 2017

Noctua   volume IV 1 2  2017

method, as Wolff applies it to natural philosophy, an individual thing in the world can stand for the universal on the basis of his modal metaphysics. 4. Kant's Arguments against Accessing the Essence of a Thing in Experience As we saw ...

Author: Marco Storni

Publisher: E-theca OnLineOpenAccess Edizioni

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 205

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Patrick Suppes Scientific Philosopher

Patrick Suppes  Scientific Philosopher

Volume 1. Probability and Probabilistic Causality Patrick Suppes P. Humphreys. 198. J. Wolenski , Logic and Philosophy in the Lvov - Warsaw School . ... C.J. Posy , Kant's Philosophy of Mathematics . Modern Essays .

Author: Patrick Suppes

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792325524

Category: Mathematics

Page: 420

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Patrick Suppes is a philosopher and scientist whose contributions range over probability and statistics, mathematical and experimental psychology, the foundations of physics, education theory, the philosophy of language, measurement theory, and the philosophy of science. He has also been a pioneer in the area of computer assisted instruction. In each of these areas, Suppes has provided seminal ideas that in some cases led to shaping the direction of research in the field. The papers contained in this collection were commissioned with the mandate of advancing research in their respective fields rather than retrospectively surveying the contributions that Suppes himself has made. The authors form an interesting mixture of researchers in both formal philosophy of science and science itself all of whom have been inspired by his ideas. To maintain the spirit of constructive dialogue that characterizes Suppes's intellectual style, he has written individual responses to each article. In Volume 1: Probability and Probabilistic Causality, nineteen distinguished philosophers and scientists focus their attention on probabilistic issues. In Part I the contributors explore axiomatic representations of probability theory including qualitative and interval valued probabilities as well as traditional point valued probabilities. Belief structures and the dynamics of belief are also treated in detail. In Part II the rapidly growing field of probabilistic causation is assessed from both formal and empirical viewpoints. For probability theorists, statisticians, economists, philosophers of science, psychologists and those interested in the foundations of mathematical social science. In Volume 2: Philosophy of Physics, Theory Structure, and Measurement Theory, fifteen distinguished philosophers and scientists cover a wide variety of topics. Part III covers issues in quantum theory, geometry, classical mechanics, and computational physics. Part IV explores Suppes's well known set-theoretic account of scientific theories which has served him well throughout his career. Suppes's contributions to measurement theory have been widely used in mathematical psychology and elsewhere, and this material is the subject of Part V. For physicists, logicians, workers in mathematical social sicence, and philosophers of science. In Volume 3: Philosophy of Language and Logic, Learning and Action Theory, fourteen distinguished philosophers and scientists explore issues in the philosophy of language, logic, and philosophical psychology. Suppes's suggestions that quantum theory requires a rethinking of classical logic form a particularly sharp account of that controversial thesis, and Part VI deals with this issue together with topics in the philosophy of language and logic, including relational grammars and anaphora. Part VII deals with issues in psychology, action theory, and robotics, while Part VIII concludes with a general survey of Suppes's views in the philosophy of science. A comprehensive chronological and topical bibliography of Suppes's writings is included in this volume. For philosophers of language, theoretical linguists, logicians, workers in mathematical social sciences, and philosophers of science.
Categories: Mathematics

Quantifiers Logics Models and Computation

Quantifiers  Logics  Models and Computation

Volume One: Surveys Michal Krynicki, M. Mostowski, L.W. Szczerba. 198. J. Wolenski, Logic and Philosophy in the Lvov-Warsaw School. ... 1991 ISBN 0-7923-1462-X C.J. Posy, Kant's Philosophy of Mathematics. Modern Essays.

Author: Michal Krynicki

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401705226

Category: Philosophy

Page: 424

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Quantifiers: Logics, Models and Computation is the first concentrated effort to give a systematic presentation of the main research results on the subject, since the modern concept was formulated in the late '50s and early '60s. The majority of the papers are in the nature of a handbook. All of them are self-contained, at various levels of difficulty. The Introduction surveys the main ideas and problems encountered in the logical investigation of quantifiers. The Prologue, written by Per Lindström, presents the early history of the concept of generalised quantifiers. The volume then continues with a series of papers surveying various research areas, particularly those that are of current interest. Together they provide introductions to the subject from the points of view of mathematics, linguistics, and theoretical computer science. The present volume has been prepared in parallel with Quantifiers: Logics, Models and Computation, Volume Two. Contributions, which contains a collection of research papers on the subject in areas that are too fresh to be summarised. The two volumes are complementary. For logicians, mathematicians, philosophers, linguists and computer scientists. Suitable as a text for advanced undergraduate and graduate specialised courses in logic.
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The History of Continua

The History of Continua

Philosophical and Mathematical Perspectives Stewart Shapiro, Geoffrey Hellman. to escape the impression that Kant's transcendental philosophy was influenced not just by the role of motion in Euclidean geometry , but by its role in the ...

Author: Stewart Shapiro

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198809647

Category: Mathematics

Page: 592

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Mathematical and philosophical thought about continuity has changed considerably over the ages, from Aristotle's insistence that a continuum is a unified whole, to the dominant account today, that a continuum is composed of infinitely many points. This book explores the key ideas and debates concerning continuity over more than 2500 years.
Categories: Mathematics

Space Number and Geometry from Helmholtz to Cassirer

Space  Number  and Geometry from Helmholtz to Cassirer

reading Cohen's book, Cassirer decided to move to Marburg to complete his education under the supervision of Cohen and ... offers a discussion of Cassirer's arguments in favor of Cohen's interpretation of Kant's critical philosophy.

Author: Francesca Biagioli

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319317793

Category: Philosophy

Page: 239

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This book offers a reconstruction of the debate on non-Euclidean geometry in neo-Kantianism between the second half of the nineteenth century and the first decades of the twentieth century. Kant famously characterized space and time as a priori forms of intuitions, which lie at the foundation of mathematical knowledge. The success of his philosophical account of space was due not least to the fact that Euclidean geometry was widely considered to be a model of certainty at his time. However, such later scientific developments as non-Euclidean geometries and Einstein’s general theory of relativity called into question the certainty of Euclidean geometry and posed the problem of reconsidering space as an open question for empirical research. The transformation of the concept of space from a source of knowledge to an object of research can be traced back to a tradition, which includes such mathematicians as Carl Friedrich Gauss, Bernhard Riemann, Richard Dedekind, Felix Klein, and Henri Poincaré, and which finds one of its clearest expressions in Hermann von Helmholtz’s epistemological works. Although Helmholtz formulated compelling objections to Kant, the author reconsiders different strategies for a philosophical account of the same transformation from a neo-Kantian perspective, and especially Hermann Cohen’s account of the aprioricity of mathematics in terms of applicability and Ernst Cassirer’s reformulation of the a priori of space in terms of a system of hypotheses. This book is ideal for students, scholars and researchers who wish to broaden their knowledge of non-Euclidean geometry or neo-Kantianism.
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From Kant to Hilbert Volume 1

From Kant to Hilbert Volume 1

A Source Book in the Foundations of Mathematics William Bragg Ewald ... Kant has surprisingly little to say in his philosophical writings about Euclid's Axiom of Parallels or about its relevance to his theory of geometry.

Author: William Ewald

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780198505358

Category: Mathematics

Page: 1340

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This two-volume work brings together a comprehensive selection of mathematical works from the period 1707-1930. During this time the foundations of modern mathematics were laid, and From Kant to Hilbert provides an overview of the foundational work in each of the main branches of mathmeatics with narratives showing how they were linked. Now available as a separate volume.
Categories: Mathematics

The Cambridge Companion to Kant s Critique of Pure Reason

The Cambridge Companion to Kant s Critique of Pure Reason

Kant's Critique of Pure Reason: Critical Essays. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998. Klemme, Heiner F., and Manfred Kuehn, editors. Immanuel Kant. 2 vols. Aldershot: Ashgate/Dartmouth, 1999. (vol. I: Theoretical Philosophy) Kopper, ...

Author: Paul Guyer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521710114

Category: History

Page: 461

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The first collective commentary in English on Kant's landmark 1871 publication.
Categories: History

Theoretical Philosophy 1755 1770

Theoretical Philosophy  1755 1770

First volume of the first comprehensive edition of the works of Kant in English translation.

Author: Immanuel Kant

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521531705

Category: Philosophy

Page: 543

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First volume of the first comprehensive edition of the works of Kant in English translation.
Categories: Philosophy

Patrick Suppes Scientific Philosopher

Patrick Suppes  Scientific Philosopher

Volume 3. Language, Logic, and Psychology P. Humphreys. 198. J. Wolenski , Logic and Philosophy in the Lvov - Warsaw ... With his Responses , and with a Bibliography of Burk's Work . ... C.J. Posy , Kant's Philosophy of Mathematics .

Author: P. Humphreys

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792328620

Category: Mathematics

Page: 344

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Patrick Suppes is a philosopher and scientist whose contributions range over probability and statistics, mathematical and experimental psychology, the foundations of physics, education theory, the philosophy of language, measurement theory, and the philosophy of science. He has also been a pioneer in the area of computer assisted instruction. In each of these areas, Suppes has provided seminal ideas that in some cases led to shaping the direction of research in the field. The papers contained in this collection were commissioned with the mandate of advancing research in their respective fields rather than retrospectively surveying the contributions that Suppes himself has made. The authors form an interesting mixture of researchers in both formal philosophy of science and science itself all of whom have been inspired by his ideas. To maintain the spirit of constructive dialogue that characterizes Suppes's intellectual style, he has written individual responses to each article. In Volume 1: Probability and Probabilistic Causality, nineteen distinguished philosophers and scientists focus their attention on probabilistic issues. In Part I the contributors explore axiomatic representations of probability theory including qualitative and interval valued probabilities as well as traditional point valued probabilities. Belief structures and the dynamics of belief are also treated in detail. In Part II the rapidly growing field of probabilistic causation is assessed from both formal and empirical viewpoints. For probability theorists, statisticians, economists, philosophers of science, psychologists and those interested in the foundations of mathematical social science. In Volume 2: Philosophy of Physics, Theory Structure, and Measurement Theory, fifteen distinguished philosophers and scientists cover a wide variety of topics. Part III covers issues in quantum theory, geometry, classical mechanics, and computational physics. Part IV explores Suppes's well known set-theoretic account of scientific theories which has served him well throughout his career. Suppes's contributions to measurement theory have been widely used in mathematical psychology and elsewhere, and this material is the subject of Part V. For physicists, logicians, workers in mathematical social sicence, and philosophers of science. In Volume 3: Philosophy of Language and Logic, Learning and Action Theory, fourteen distinguished philosophers and scientists explore issues in the philosophy of language, logic, and philosophical psychology. Suppes's suggestions that quantum theory requires a rethinking of classical logic form a particularly sharp account of that controversial thesis, and Part VI deals with this issue together with topics in the philosophy of language and logic, including relational grammars and anaphora. Part VII deals with issues in psychology, action theory, and robotics, while Part VIII concludes with a general survey of Suppes's views in the philosophy of science. A comprehensive chronological and topical bibliography of Suppes's writings is included in this volume. For philosophers of language, theoretical linguists, logicians, workers in mathematical social sciences, and philosophers of science.
Categories: Mathematics

Essays on G del s Reception of Leibniz Husserl and Brouwer

Essays on G  del   s Reception of Leibniz  Husserl  and Brouwer

Kant's philosophy of arithmetic. ... Philosophy of mathematics in the twentieth century: Selected essays. ... Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie (Vol. 1: A–C). Basel: Schwabe. van Rootselaar, B., & Staal, F. (Eds.). (1968).

Author: Mark van Atten

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319100319

Category: Philosophy

Page: 328

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This volume tackles Gödel's two-stage project of first using Husserl's transcendental phenomenology to reconstruct and develop Leibniz' monadology, and then founding classical mathematics on the metaphysics thus obtained. The author analyses the historical and systematic aspects of that project, and then evaluates it, with an emphasis on the second stage. The book is organised around Gödel's use of Leibniz, Husserl and Brouwer. Far from considering past philosophers irrelevant to actual systematic concerns, Gödel embraced the use of historical authors to frame his own philosophical perspective. The philosophies of Leibniz and Husserl define his project, while Brouwer's intuitionism is its principal foil: the close affinities between phenomenology and intuitionism set the bar for Gödel's attempt to go far beyond intuitionism. The four central essays are `Monads and sets', `On the philosophical development of Kurt Gödel', `Gödel and intuitionism', and `Construction and constitution in mathematics'. The first analyses and criticises Gödel's attempt to justify, by an argument from analogy with the monadology, the reflection principle in set theory. It also provides further support for Gödel's idea that the monadology needs to be reconstructed phenomenologically, by showing that the unsupplemented monadology is not able to found mathematics directly. The second studies Gödel's reading of Husserl, its relation to Leibniz' monadology, and its influence on his publishe d writings. The third discusses how on various occasions Brouwer's intuitionism actually inspired Gödel's work, in particular the Dialectica Interpretation. The fourth addresses the question whether classical mathematics admits of the phenomenological foundation that Gödel envisaged, and concludes that it does not. The remaining essays provide further context. The essays collected here were written and published over the last decade. Notes have been added to record further thoughts, changes of mind, connections between the essays, and updates of references.
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The Philosophy of Mathematics Education Today

The Philosophy of Mathematics Education Today

Constructivism, the psychology of learning, and the nature of mathematics: Some critical issues. ... 33rd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol. 1, pp. 25–42). Thessaloniki, Greece: PME.

Author: Paul Ernest

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319777603

Category: Education

Page: 377

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This book offers an up-to-date overview of the research on philosophy of mathematics education, one of the most important and relevant areas of theory. The contributions analyse, question, challenge, and critique the claims of mathematics education practice, policy, theory and research, offering ways forward for new and better solutions. The book poses basic questions, including: What are our aims of teaching and learning mathematics? What is mathematics anyway? How is mathematics related to society in the 21st century? How do students learn mathematics? What have we learnt about mathematics teaching? Applied philosophy can help to answer these and other fundamental questions, and only through an in-depth analysis can the practice of the teaching and learning of mathematics be improved. The book addresses important themes, such as critical mathematics education, the traditional role of mathematics in schools during the current unprecedented political, social, and environmental crises, and the way in which the teaching and learning of mathematics can better serve social justice and make the world a better place for the future.
Categories: Education

The Poverty of Conceptual Truth

The Poverty of Conceptual Truth

Kant's Analytic/Synthetic Distinction and the Limits of Metaphysics R. Lanier Anderson. version of the distinction in his pre-critical published works, with emphasis on the system of 1762/3, its failure, and Kant's initial attempts at a ...

Author: R. Lanier Anderson

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191036842

Category: Philosophy

Page: 384

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The Poverty of Conceptual Truth is based on a simple idea. Kant's distinction between analytic and synthetic judgments underwrites a powerful argument against the metaphysical program of his Leibnizian-Wolffian predecessors—an argument from fundamental limits on its expressive power. In that tradition, metaphysics promised to reveal the deep rational structure of the world through a systematic philosophy consisting of strictly conceptual truths, which flow from a logically perspicuous relation of 'containment' among concepts. That is, all truths would be 'analytic,' in Kant's sense. Kant's distinction shows to the contrary that far reaching and scientifically indispensable parts of our knowledge of the world (including mathematics, the foundations of natural science, all knowledge from experience, and the central principles of metaphysics itself) are essentially synthetic and could never be restated in analytic form. Thus, the metaphysics of Kant's predecessors is doomed, because knowledge crucial to any adequate theory of the world cannot even be expressed in the idiom to which it restricts itself (and which was the basis of its claim to provide a transparently rational account of things). Traditional metaphysics founders on the expressive poverty of conceptual truth. To establish these claims, R. Lanier Anderson shows how Kant's distinction can be given a clear basis within traditional logic, and traces Kant's long, difficult path to discovering it. Once analyticity is framed in clear logical terms, it is possible to reconstruct compelling arguments that elementary mathematics must be synthetic, and then to show how similar considerations about irreducible syntheticity animate Kant's famous arguments against traditional metaphysics in the Critique of Pure Reason.
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Class List of the Books in the Reference Library

Class List of the Books in the Reference Library

Theory of evolution in its application to practice , Sidgwick . ... Critical notes . Reports . Philosophical Journals . Notes . Correspondence . Sex Books , News . Vol . 2 , 1877. ... Kant's Space and modern mathematics , Land .

Author: Nottingham (England). Free Public Reference Library

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112119752449

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