Prof. Abe Stone
Philosophy 106 (Kant)
October 23, 2013
Take Home Midterm Q3
Kant believes we can only gain knowledge from experience. Our ideas come in two terms
for Kant: Concepts or Intuitions.
A "concept" for Kant is an relatively imme
kant believes we can only gain knowledge from expierence. Our ideas about particulars
come in two terms for Kant: Concepts or Intuitions.
A "concept" for Kant is an relatively immediate form of discursive, intellectual
representation. Concepts allow us to
(Phenomena and Noumena) The Transcendental Analytic has shown that all the
objects of our knowledge are phenomena: that is, they are objects (of a
cognitive faculty) only insofar as they appear (are given in sensible intuition).
Kant (as I understand him)
November 13, 2013
Phenomena and Noumena
For Kant the world is divided into the phenomena and the noumena. In
the Transcendental Analytic Kant shows that the objects of our knowledge are
objects in so far as they appear