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The Concept of a Transcendental Argument

J.M. Kuczynski

A transcendental argument for a given proposition P is one to the effect that, unless P were true, it could not even be asked whether P were true. In this audio, it is shown by means of transcendental arguments that some events compel the occurrence of other events and also that the mind is a cohesive structure in which thoughts inhere, as opposed to a mere 'bundle' or 'cloud' of thoughts.

A transcendental argument for a given proposition P is one to the effect that, unless P were true, it could not even be asked whether P were true. In this audio, it is shown by means of transcendental arguments that some events compel the occurrence of other events and also that the mind is a cohesive structure in which thoughts inhere, as opposed to a mere 'bundle' or 'cloud' of thoughts.
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Genres:

Philosophy

Description:

A transcendental argument for a given proposition P is one to the effect that, unless P were true, it could not even be asked whether P were true. In this audio, it is shown by means of transcendental arguments that some events compel the occurrence of other events and also that the mind is a cohesive structure in which thoughts inhere, as opposed to a mere 'bundle' or 'cloud' of thoughts.

Language:

English

Length:

2m


Chapters

Free Sample

00:10

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

00:12


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

02:06


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

00:18