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Kant

  1. 1. Kant and Bridging the Gap Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  2. 2. Rationalists • Plato: Theory of Innate Ideas • Descartes: Systematic doubt of everything; Leads to“Cogito argument” • “I think, therefore I am”-“Cogito ergo sum” Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  3. 3. Empiricists • Aristotle: Nothing is know that is not first experienced through the senses • Locke “Tabula Rasa”; the “blank slate” sensation and impression • Hume: problem of causality Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  4. 4. Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  5. 5. Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  6. 6. 1. Refutes Hume and causality; awoke him from a “dogmatic slumber” Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  7. 7. 1. Refutes Hume and causality; awoke him from a “dogmatic slumber” 2. Believed in both a priori and a posteriori knowledge Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  8. 8. 1. Refutes Hume and causality; awoke him from a “dogmatic slumber” 2. Believed in both a priori and a posteriori knowledge 3. Some things we know through reason, causality for example; our human mind brings it to the world Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  9. 9. 1. Refutes Hume and causality; awoke him from a “dogmatic slumber” 2. Believed in both a priori and a posteriori knowledge 3. Some things we know through reason, causality for example; our human mind brings it to the world as well concept of space and time Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  10. 10. 1. Refutes Hume and causality; awoke him from a “dogmatic slumber” 2. Believed in both a priori and a posteriori knowledge 3. Some things we know through reason, causality for example; our human mind brings it to the world as well concept of space and time 4. We have to experience the world the way we do because that is the way we are Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  11. 11. 1. Refutes Hume and causality; awoke him from a “dogmatic slumber” 2. Believed in both a priori and a posteriori knowledge 3. Some things we know through reason, causality for example; our human mind brings it to the world as well concept of space and time 4. We have to experience the world the way we do because that is the way we are 5. External world could be different from the way we perceive it but that has to be accepted. Tuesday, 21 January, 14
  12. 12. 1. Refutes Hume and causality; awoke him from a “dogmatic slumber” 2. Believed in both a priori and a posteriori knowledge 3. Some things we know through reason, causality for example; our human mind brings it to the world as well concept of space and time 4. We have to experience the world the way we do because that is the way we are 5. External world could be different from the way we perceive it but that has to be accepted. 6. Allowed us to get out of being strict rationalists or strict empiricists. Tuesday, 21 January, 14

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