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Emily Carson – Kant on Arithmetic and the Conditions of Experience

McGill Philosophy Workshop

Emily Carson

Kant on Arithmetic and the Conditions of Experience

Abstract:

Kant’s philosophy of mathematics provides a reasonably straightforward connection between geometry and conditions of experience, which in
turn helps to explain the synthetic apriori nature of geometry. In this paper, I explore the connection between arithmetic and conditions
of experience in Kant.

Monday, March 9 at 12:00 PM in Leacock 927.

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