In kant and the demands of self consciousness pierre keller examines kants theory of self consciousness and argues that it succeeds in explaining how both subjective and objective experience are possible previous interpretations of kants theory have held that he treats all self consciousness as knowledge of objective states of affairs and . The latter as consciousness of the fleeting contents of ones own mind is subjective according to kant transcendental self consciousness in contrast is the bare non empirical representation i think that according to kants famous expression of the first demand of self consciousness must be able to accompany all my representations. Kant and the demands of self consciousness book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers pierre keller examines kant. Pierre keller finds an argument for transcendental idealism in kants conception of the self keller argues that for self consciousness to be possible there must be not only an empirical distinction between representations in inner sense and objects outside us in space but also a transcendental distinction between an ontological inner and outer we distinguish the inner from the outer . In the critique of pure reason henceforth critique kant draws a famous but elusive distinction between transcendental and empirical apperceptionhe interprets the distinction between transcendental and empirical apperception as a distinction between transcendental and empirical self consciousness
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