TitleFichte, Kant and the Copernican turn
AuthorsRockmore, Tom
AffiliationPeking Univ, Dept Philosophy & Religious Studies, Beijing 100871, Peoples R China
KeywordsRepresentation
constructivism
theory of the subject
Copernican Turn
Issue Date2019
PublisherANUARIO FILOSOFICO
AbstractThe paper studies Fichte's views of the cognitive problem, especially his account of the three fundamental principles. I argue three points: first, Kant's position includes two incompatible approaches to knowledge I will be calling representationalism and constructivism; second, in his early writings Fichte defends a version of the so-called Copernican Revolution or Copernican turn, more specifically a revised conception of "representation"; and, third, though Fichte's version of the Copernican turn improves on Kant's, it is not a satisfactory solution to the cognitive problem.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11897/543501
ISSN0066-5215
DOI10.15581/009.52.1.21-41
IndexedA&HCI
EI
Appears in Collections:哲学系(宗教学系)

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