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Title: Space & Time: Kant's Transcendental Idealism
Authors: Abildtoft, Mikkel Kramme
Sandvik, Hanna Ella
Sachse Stokholm, Martin Valdemar
Munck-Westh, Hans
Advisor: Renz, Ursula
Keywords: Kant
PHilosophy
Transcendental Philosophy
Space
Time
Transcendental Idealism
Pure A Priori Intuition
Examination Date: 17-Jun-2009
Issue Date: 26-May-2009
Abstract: This report is an exposition of a select part of Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, namely the first part of the Transcendental Doctrine of Elements, The Transcendental Aesthetic. Our exposition provides the reader with an in-depth investigation of the specific deliberations that comprises the Transcendental Aesthetic. We explain Kant's view on space and time as pure a priori intuitions, which serves as the foundation for his doctrine ‘transcendental idealism’. This doctrine, and its epistemological consequences, is then detailed. Finally, we will simultaneously provide a historical contextualization of Kant's views in relation to relevant preceding philosophical norms.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1800/4216
Subject: Thesis
Education: Humanistisk international basisuddannelse (HIB) / International Basic Studies in Humanities
Appears in Collections:HIB rapporter / Humanities International Basic Studies Projects

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