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Gegenstands der Erfahrung. Die Bestandteile der Erkenntnis eines äußeren Gegenstandes nach der Kritik der reinen Vernunft von Immanuel Kant. München: Eigenverlag, 1988. Blackburn, Simon. “Truth, Realism, and the Regulation of Theory.” Midwest Studies in Philosophy 5 (1980), 353-371. Brandt, Reinhard. Die Bestimmung des Menschen bei Kant. Hamburg: Meiner, 2007. Brittan, Gordon. Kant’s Philosophy of Science. Princeton: University Press, 1978. Büchel, Gregor. Geometrie und Philosophie. Zum Verhältnis beider Vernunftwissenschaften im Fortgang von der Kritik der reinen Vernunft

realized to at most a limited extent, but the texts studied are of interest in their own right. Essay 3 stands apart from the other Kantian essays because it was prepared as comments on a paper on Kant’s philosophy of science by Philip Kitcher. It concerns what Kant meant by “pure natural science” and thus the relation between the fi rst Critique and the Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science. Up to that time scholarship on the latter text was largely German, but shortly after its publication Michael Fried- man’s powerful studies of Kant’s philosophy of

Architectonic of Kant’s Philosophy“, in: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, New Series, Vol. 67, 209–226. Buchdahl, Gerd (1969): Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Science, Oxford. Buchdahl, Gerd (1971): „The Conception of Lawlikeness in Kant’s Philosophy of Science“, in: Synthese, Vol. 23, No. 1, 24–46. Carl, Wolfgang (1992): Die Transzendentale Deduktion der Kategorien in der ersten Auflage der Kritik der reinen Vernunft – Ein Kommentar, Frankfurt a. M. Carrier, Martin (1992): „Kant’s Relational Theory of Absolute Space“, in: Kant-Studien 83, 399–416. Carrier, Martin

, Gerd (1969): The Kantian ‘dynamic of reason’, with special refer ence to the place of causality in Kant’s system, in: L. W. Beck (ed.): Kant studies today. La Salle, IL, pp. 341–374. Buchdahl, Gerd (1971): The conception of lawlikeness in Kant’s philosophy of science, in: Synthese 23, pp. 24–46. Buchdahl, Gerd (1981): Zum Verhältnis von allgemeiner Metaphysik der Natur und besonderer metaphysischer Naturwissenschaft bei Kant, in: B. Tusch ling (ed.): Probleme der “Kritik der reinen Vernunft”, Berlin, New York, pp. 97–142. Buchdahl, Gerd (1986): Kant’s ‘special

69 In attempting to crack the hardest nut in Kant’s philosophy of science, his conception of an a priori or “pure” part of science, Philip Kitcher shows both courage and an appreciation of what is central to Kant’s philosophy.1 The issues that in the Critique of Pure Reason are the subject of the Transcendental Analytic are discussed in the Prolegom- ena under the heading “How is pure natural science possible?” Some of the most diffi cult issues faced by interpreters of Kant could thus be represented as concerning how Kant answers that question. But what

Groundwork III which Yaffe attaches to each of his steps. 8 Yaffe, “Freedom, Natural Necessity and the Categorical Imperative,” 452. 9 Yaffe, “Freedom, Natural Necessity and the Categorical Imperative,” 452. 10 Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, trans. Norman Kemp Smith, New York: St. Mar- tin’s Press, 1965, A 127–8. 11 Kant’s philosophy of science has been criticized for being too narrow to accommodate vari- ous Twentieth Century developments such as Quantum Theory. Because he views natural laws to be deterministic and mechanistic, there remains no place for

¦taphysique kantiennes. Paris; Buchdahl, Gerd (1969) Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Science. Oxford; Kitcher, Patricia (1984) « Kant’s Philosophy of Science ». In : Self and Nature in Kant’s Philosophy, ed. by A. Wood. Ithaca/London, 185–215; Friedman, Michael (1992) Kant and the Exact Sciences. Cambridge. 11 Prol, AA 04 : 294–295. 12 V-Lo/Blomberg, AA 24 : 222–223. Sauf indications contraires, il s’agit de mes traductions. Christian Leduc128 Il semble ¦vident, du moins dans cette retranscription, que Kant attribue — la connaissance suppositive une place centrale dans l