Tag Archives: Liebmann

Kant’s epigones: Otto Liebmann’s metaphysical rejection of the ‘thing-in-itself’

LiebmannOne of the particular claims of Kant’s transcendental idealism is that we can cognize, with the help of our transcendental (mental) apparatus, the data of the experience that we perceive through senses.

This ‘Copernican revolution’ in philosophy provoked animosities and doubts among the disciples of Kant, many of them bringing into question the stake of a proper approach and method of interpreting Kant’s philosophy.

Continue reading