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The Action-Axiom: A Kantian Understanding of the Action-Axiom, and Its Praxeological Conclusions
Published Tue, Jun 9 2009 7:09 PM | laminustacitus
The synthetic a priori judgment can guide our comprehension of the action-axiom, and similarly can do so for our comprehension of the entire structure of praxeology, more specifically its advantages over empirical techniques. The synthetic a priori is...
Kant's Analytic-Synthetic Dichotomy
Published Mon, Jun 8 2009 5:59 PM | laminustacitus
In his Critique of Pure Reason , Immanuel Kant defines a synthetic judgments as one in which the predicate “B lies outside of the concept A, though connected with it,” as opposed to analytic ones in which “the predicate B belongs to...