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TI neither an idealism nor transcendental

January 14th, 2010 · No Comments

The question of transcendental idealism has been totally filtered out of public philsoophy, but it is a classic insight into the limits of scientism. We witness the stupidity of reductionist science everyday, a two-centuries old critique and repair ignored completely, a sad situation.
The value of that perspective lies not in idealism (TI is not necessarily an idealism) or in the ‘transcendental’ (the term in Kant means something else), but in the attempt to accept the framework of Newtonian science, and yet to show its limits and inherent contradictions, and produce a viable way to proceed.

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