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Kant's Transcendental Psychology
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"An excellent work, a must for everyone who is grappling with Kant's theory of empirical knowledge....A rich book."--Philosophical Review "Kitcher's provocative study provides a valuable counterpoint to Richard E. Aquila's....Highly recommended."--Choice "It seems very likely that [this book] will set the agenda for interpretations of Kant over the next few years."--Review of Metaphysics "[This book] represents a bold break with the anti-psychologism dominant in Kant critics....This eminently readable book draws on historical and contemporary debates in both philosophy and psychology in defending what she says are Kant's important insights regarding perception, synthesis and personal identity."--Times Higher Education Supplement "Perhaps the strongest feature of Kitcher's work, apart from its accessibility to modern readers who are not Kant specialists, is the clear way she argues for her interpretation of Kant....Kitcher's work deserves to be widely read by cognitive psychologists. Apart from its very readable account of Kant's work. It is an excellent example of clear thinking about what various research results do and do not show."--Contemporary Psychology "An excellent work, a must for everyone who is grappling with Kant's theory of empirical knowledge....A rich book."--Philosophical Review "Kitcher's provocative study provides a valuable counterpoint to Richard E. Aquila's....Highly recommended."--Choice "It seems very likely that [this book] will set the agenda for interpretations of Kant over the next few years."--Review of Metaphysics "[This book] represents a bold break with the anti-psychologism dominant in Kant critics....This eminently readable book draws on historical and contemporary debates in both philosophy and psychology in defending what she says are Kant's important insights regarding perception, synthesis and personal identity."--Times Higher Education Supplement "Perhaps the strongest feature of Kitcher's work, apart from its accessibility to modern readers who are not Kant specialists, is the clear way she argues for her interpretation of Kant....Kitcher's work deserves to be widely read by cognitive psychologists. Apart from its very readable account of Kant's work. It is an excellent example of clear thinking about what various research results do and do not show."--Contemporary Psychology "Kitcher's work fills an important gap in recent Kant scholarship. Such a close study of core texts in the Critique, informed by an understanding of current work in cognitive psychology and written from a naturalistic perspective, has been long overdue. There is much of interest here, and much of that controversial. Whether or not you agree with her conclusions, thinking through these problems with her will leave you none the poorer for your efforts."--International Studies in Philosophy "Kitcher's work here concerns some of the most difficult and central aspects of the work of one of our greatest philosophers, and it comes at that work from a unique and very interesting perspective. She asks the kinds of questions that students and readers of Kant very much want to see addressed, and she does this in an exceptionally lively and knowledgeable way--for everyone, there is always something in her work to be learned from."--Karl Ameriks, University of Notre Dame "Innovative." --International Journal of Psychology

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