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Kant and Peirce

(Original title: Kant a Peirce)
Filozofia, 67 (2012), 3, 181-194.
Type of work: Papers
Publication language: Slovak

Ch. S. Peirce saw I. Kant as his direct predecessor. In his projects of scientific philosophy or scientific metaphysics he drew upon Kant’s intellectual legacy. The architectonics of Peirce’s philosophy is closely connected with Kant’s Critique of pure reason. Yet, Peirce could preserve the autonomy of his own reasoning. The paper offers an analysis of Kant’s multifold influence upon Peirce’s philosophy.


Architectonics of philosophy, Logical basis of metaphysics, Limits of rationalism, Unity of logic and experience

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