6 thoughts on “Second printing

  1. On page 178 of the first edition You write:

    Near the end of the previous century, with amazing timing, Kant had enshrined space as the form of perception, as a prior (a priori?), as the “form of all appearance of out sense.” But, unbeknownst to Kant, the scientific basis for any such claim had already collapsed.

    But then move on. What was the scientific discovery, or contradiction, that rendered Kant’s claim untenable?


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