A Study of Kant's Psychology With Reference to the Critical by Edward Franklin Buchner

By Edward Franklin Buchner

So much reports of the severe philosophy continue traditionally, logically, or metaphysically. They hint the exterior affects upon it, and its improvement inK ants brain; or, they inquire into its consistencies and try its energy from its personal ideas; or, taking it as truth-expressing, they seek its metaphysical validity. during this manner there has amassed up to now century a large number of mental fabric inK antian feedback, turning mainly at the issues, even if the severe procedure is mental, and, the scope of feedback falls inside psychology. every one of these beneficial, many-sided interpretations were inevitably passed over within the following research, as a result of the restrictions of time. A like reason is re sponsible for the unsatisfactory therapy given in bankruptcy IV., as, additionally, for the non-elimination of varied discussions. Citations inK ants writings are made by means of quantity and web page from Hartenstein schronological version, excepting the Critique of natural cause, the place the two-volume translation of Max Miiller is undefined. because of quite a few concerns, which needn't be unique, the research is still in its authorised shape, aside from long corroborative passages from Kant swritings and the record of works consulted in its guidance, which were passed over. E. F. B. YALE college, NEW HAVEN, February,
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728. A STUDY OF KANT S PSYCHOLOGY. 2$ an isolated body of artful knowledge. "It has its place by the side of applied philosophy, to which pure philosophy sup plies the principles a priori; thus being connected, but not to be The complete disregard for psychology, confounded with even as then developed, could not be more pathetic than when he suddenly reinstates it, doubtless influenced by an under cur rent of cherishing memory of his earlier academic programmes. " derestimated the value of psychology in the solution of meta physical problems as he understood them.

Quot; 5 G Op. , 213 f, jetzt kiirzer nachdem ich Anthropolo- f. 267. , Alles Uebrige [i. : " " ; ist," cf. 570. Op. 8 And p. 51, note 4. wishes several distinctions in the Critique to be so interpreted. , 722, 729, etc. Crit EDWARD FRANKLIN BUCHNER. 46 empirical psychology, on the one hand, and rational psychology In the former instance, Erdmann is quite right on the other. in identifying them ; but he can be justified only to the extent of method, when Kant makes the sweeping distinction between a priori and a ^posteriori.

On the 5 other hand, Meyer s conclusion, that Kant threw empirical psy chology overboard into the great sea of anthropology, is prop 6 Erdmann7 also attempts erly based on numerous expressions. to reduce them to an equivalency so far as their methods are concerned, wird anthropologisch gelegentlich gleich bedeutend rialien ; 8 mit empirisch. must be maintained made between anthropology and Notwithstanding these reductions, that there is a wide distinction ^Werke, VIII. 153. *Wer&e, VII. 431, VIII.

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