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Prolegomena to Kant's theory of the derangement of the cognitive faculties

@inproceedings{Rosa2013ProlegomenaTK,
  title={Prolegomena to Kant's theory of the derangement of the cognitive faculties},
  author={Gisele Velarde La Rosa},
  year={2013}
}
In the literature on Immanuel Kant there is no systematic account of the derangement of the constitutive cognitive faculties from an exclusively philosophical point of view. This dissertation opens the path for the development of such an account. It does so by presenting Kant's positive account of the proper functioning of the constitutive cognitive faculties, namely, sensibility, imagination, and understanding. As such, the dissertation offers a series of "prolegomena" to a Kantian theory of… Expand

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