A Copernican Revolution in IS: Using Kant's Critique of Pure Reason for Describing Epistemological Trends in IS

@inproceedings{Monod2003ACR,
  title={A Copernican Revolution in IS: Using Kant's Critique of Pure Reason for Describing Epistemological Trends in IS},
  author={Emmanuel Monod},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2003}
}
The purpose of this exploratory paper is to show the consequence of applying the Copernican Revolution represented by the Critique of the Pure Reason to IS. This revolution has three important implications. First, it implicitly makes a clear distinction between the object of knowledge and the origin of knowledge. Second, it implicitly goes beyond the classical alternatives between perception and understanding, on one hand, and reason and experience, on the other hand. Third, it defines nine… CONTINUE READING

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