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Episode 27 - The Empirical Self and the Transcendental Self: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

10/26/2018
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In this episode, we wrap up our extended focus on Kant's Critique of Pure Reason by coming full circle and looking at his view on personal identity, the topic of Episode 1 of this podcast. Recall, in that episode, we were introduced to David Hume's thoughts on the topic. Episode Link

Duration:00:15:36

Episode 26 - More on the Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

9/14/2018
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An intuitive breakdown of the threefold synthesis of the first edition of Critique of Pure Reason. Episode Link

Duration:00:12:49

Episode 25 - The Threefold Synthesis: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

9/3/2018
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We begin Kant's famous Transcendental Deduction this episode, focusing first on what he called 'the threefold synthesis' of cognition. Episode Link Readings from Critique of Pure Reason [first edition], by Immanuel Kant: 1. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF APPREHENSION IN INTUITION 2. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF REPRODUCTION IN IMAGINATION 3. ON THE SYNTHESIS OF RECOGNITION IN THE CONCEPT

Duration:00:26:33

Episode 24: The Elephant in the Room: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

8/20/2018
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Is transcendental idealism philosophically inconsistent? Does Kant not fully get the love he should from the philosophy community because he seems to have violated one of his own doctrines? Episode Link

Duration:00:09:54

Episode 23 - The Origin of Cognition: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

8/10/2018
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In this episode, hopefully we nail down what it is that Kant means when he uses the term 'transcendental.' Also, the cognitive mechanism Kant calls 'synthesis' is introduced. Readings from Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant: (A56/B80) - General logic vs. transcendental logic (A57/B82) - Brief but clear description of what transcendental logic is (A58-59/B82-83) - A little about what truth is (A77-79/B102-105) - Synthesis is introduced Reading from A Treatise of Human Nature by...

Duration:00:32:57

Episode 22 - The Elements of Cognition: Kant and Critique of Pure Reason

8/2/2018
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What makes cognition possible according to Kant? We dive slightly deeper into Transcendental Logic. Episode link

Duration:00:10:23

Episode 21: Transcendental Logic Introduction

7/20/2018
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We briefly touch upon the opening section of Transcendental Logic in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Episode Link

Duration:00:12:35

Episode 20: More on Transcendental Idealism

7/6/2018
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Continuing Kant's Critique of Pure Reason... What does the mind bring to experience? A little more on transcendental idealism as touched on in Transcendental Aesthetic. Episode link

Duration:00:15:55

Episode 19: Transcendental Idealism

6/24/2018
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A little on how Hume's controversial claim about the nature of cause-and-effect associations led Kant to rethink his approach to metaphysics. Episode link

Duration:00:21:38

Episode 18 - The Attack on Metaphysics: Hume on Cause and Effect

6/9/2018
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What was it that Hume said that awoke Kant from his so-called dogmatic slumber? In this episode we look at how susceptible we are to the inferences our minds make. Link to this episode.

Duration:00:35:28

Episode 17 - Pieces of Infinity Pt 2: Kant on Space

5/27/2018
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In this episode we contrast Hume's idea of space as a concept derived from experience and Kant's idea of space as an a priori presentation. Link to this Episode

Duration:00:16:51

Episode 16 - Pieces of Infinity: Hume on Space

5/18/2018
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A brief tangent from our survey of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, here we take a look at one of David Hume's unpopular discussions from A Treatise of Human Nature, namely his ideas on Space and infinite divisibility. Link to this episode

Duration:00:19:49

Episode 15: More on the Analytic/Synthetic Distinction - Leibniz, Hume, and Kant

5/7/2018
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We slow things down a little bit and spend a little more time on the analytic/synthetic distinction. A few thoughts from Leibniz and Hume, as well as Kant. Link to this episode

Duration:00:12:30

Episode 15: More on the Analytic/Synthetic Distinction - Leibniz, Hume, and Kant

5/7/2018
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We slow things down a little bit and spend a little more time on the analytic/synthetic distinction. A few thoughts from Leibniz and Hume, as well as Kant. Link to this episode

Duration:00:12:41

Episode 14 - From Perceptions to Knowledge Pt 2: Pure Intuition Pt 2

5/4/2018
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Continuing Transcendental Aesthetic in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. In this episode we cover the pure intuition of time. Link to this episode

Duration:00:13:12

Episode 13 - Podcast Title Update

5/4/2018
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A brief message about a change to the podcast.

Duration:00:01:00

Episode 12 - From Perceptions to Knowledge Pt 2: Pure Intuition Pt 1

5/4/2018
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Continuing Transcendental Aesthetic in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. We transition from empirical intuition to pure intuition. First up - Space Link to Episode 12

Duration:00:12:41

Episode 11 - From Perceptions to Knowledge Pt 1 - Sensibility and Intuition: Pt 2

5/4/2018
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Kantian terminology explored in more detail, particularly the terms intuition and sensibility. Episode 11 Link

Duration:00:07:32

Episode 10 - From Perceptions to Knowledge Pt 1 - Sensibility and Intuition: Pt 1

5/4/2018
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A brief introduction to Transcendental Aesthetic from Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Some basic vocabulary from the Critique is introduced to get started on Kant's theory of perception. Link to Episode 10

Duration:00:15:20

Episode 9 - Driven to Meaning - Part 2: From Rules to Meaning

5/4/2018
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What are the basic rules we follow? We guess that they lie deep in the human psyche. How can we get at them? Episode 9 Link

Duration:00:20:24