Cognition, Content, and the A Priori: A Study in the by Robert Hanna

By Robert Hanna

In Cognition, content material, and the A Priori, Robert Hanna works out a unified modern Kantian idea of rational human cognition and information. alongside the best way, he offers debts of (i) intentionality and its contents, together with non-conceptual content material and conceptual content material, (ii) experience belief and perceptual wisdom, together with perceptual self-knowledge, (iii) the analytic-synthetic contrast, (iv) the character of good judgment, and (v) a priori fact and
knowledge in arithmetic, common sense, and philosophy. This booklet is in particular meant to arrive out to 2 very assorted audiences: modern analytic philosophers of brain and data at the one hand, and modern Kantian philosophers or Kant-scholars at the different. while, it's also driving the
crest of a wave of intriguing or even progressive rising new tendencies and new paintings within the philosophy of brain and epistemology, with a unique focus at the philosophy of notion. what's progressive during this new wave are its robust emphases on motion, on cognitive phenomenology, on disjunctivist direct realism, on embodiment, and on experience conception as a primitive and proto-rational ability for cognizing the area. Cognition, content material, and the A Priori makes a fundamental
contribution to this philosophical revolution through giving it a in particular modern Kantian twist, and by way of pushing those new traces of research significantly further.

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