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CRITICISM OF KANT'S MAIN PRINCIPLES

J. HUTCHISON STIRLING
The Journal of Speculative Philosophy
Vol. 14, No. 3 (July, 1880), pp. 257-285
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25667812
Page Count: 30
Subjects: Philosophy
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • I refer (J. Sp. Ph., January, 1880)
    • Mr. Caird's letter Sp. Ph., April, 1879).
    • Mr. Caird's lust article in this Journal.
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Kant the agent of perception, the agent of knowledge (II., 105-115).
    • Erdmann tells us (Grundr., II., 422)
    • Kant, in fact, is, as medium of reception for the contributions of sense on the one hand, and the contributions of understanding on the other, so also the vehicle of mediation between both (p. 112).
    • Mr. Caird, for his part again, looks (p. 439)
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    Erdmann significantly intimates also (II., 409)