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Volume 65 (2010), 3

Pohľad za hranice

(Original title: Transcendental Subject vs. Empirical Self: On Kant’s Account of Subjectivity)
Filozofia, 65 (2010), 3, 269-283.

Kant’s view of subjectivity implies a twofold consideration of the idea of subject. On the one hand, there is the empirical self, and on the other hand, there stands the transcendental subject as the principle of the unity of experience, and therefore, as the principle of the existence of the empirical self. Kant’s transcendental subject is an effort to suggest a… Read more

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