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Hoke Robinson Editor ’s Introduction
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Patrick Riley Politics Homage to Morality: Kant's Toward Eternal Peace after 200 years
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Norman Gillespie Publicness and the Fundamental Precepts of Tort Law
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Jules Vuillemin On Perpetual Peace, and On Hope as Duty
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B. Sharon Byrd Perpetual Peace: A 20th Century Project
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Manfred Kuehn The Moral Dimension of Kant's Inaugural Dissertation: A New Perspective on the “Great Light o "1769?"
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James Van Cleve The Ideality of Time
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Jill Vance Buroker Kant and the Private Language Argument
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William L. Harper Kant, Riemann, and Reichenbach on Space and Geometry
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Classic examples of ostensive geometrical constructions are used to clarify Kant’s account of how they provide knowledge of claims about rigid bodies we can observe and manipulate. It is argued that on Kant’s account claims warranted by ostensive constructions must be limited to scales and tolerances corresponding to our perceptual competencies. This limitation opens the way to view Riemann’s work as contributing valuable conceptual resources for extending geometrical knowledge beyond the bounds of observation. It is argued that neither Reichenbach’s descriptions of non-Euclidean visualization nor his arguments for conventionalism about geometry undercut this view of Kant’s account of geometrical knowledge.
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Susan Neiman Understanding the Unconditioned
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Béatrice Longuenesse The Transcendental Ideal and the Unity of the Critical System
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Richard Aquila Transcendental Unity as a Quasi-Object in the First Critque
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Mario Caimi On a Non-Regulative Function of the Ideal of Pure Reason
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Thomas M. Seebohm Some Difficulties in Kant’s Conception of Formal Logic
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Vladimir Bryushinkin The Interaction of Formal and Transcendental Logic
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Gordon G. Brittan The Continuity of Matter
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Carl Posy Unity, Identity, Infinity: Leibnizian Themes in Kant’s Philosophy of Mathematics
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Michael Friedman Matter and Material Substance in Kant’s Philosophy of Nature: The Problem of Infinite Divisibility
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Michael Young Kant’s Ill-Conceived “Clue”
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Roger J. Sullivan Kant Confronts Machiavelli: A Pedagogy for a Contemporary Course in Moral Theories