Kant's doctrine of transcendental illusion

@inproceedings{Grier2001KantsDO,
  title={Kant's doctrine of transcendental illusion},
  author={Michelle Gilmore Grier},
  year={2001}
}
Acknowledgements Note on references and translations Introduction Part I. Kant's Discovery of Metaphysical Illusion: 1. Metaphysical error in the pre-critical works 2. The Inaugural Dissertation Part II. Fallacies and Illusions in the Critique of Pure Reason: 3. The transcendental employment of the understanding and the conflation of appearances and things in themselves 4. Transcendental illusion Part III. The Dialectical Influences of Pure Reason: 5. Rational psychology and the pseudo-rational… Expand
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