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Volume XXJII. January, 1914. Whole Number I. Number 133 THE PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW. THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE FROM THE STANDPOINT OF VALIDITY. I. THE first and most obvious difficulty in the way of any satisfactory theory of knowledge is a want of clearness and uniformity of judgment as to the necessity and legitimacy of the inquiry. The problem in itself...
Volume XXJII. January, 1914. Whole Number I. Number 133 THE PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW. THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE FROM THE STANDPOINT OF VALIDITY. I. THE first and most obvious difficulty in the way of any satisfactory theory of knowledge is a want of clearness and uniformity of judgment as to the necessity and legitimacy of the inquiry. The problem in itself gives occasion for a suspicion of some such fallacy as that to which Representative Perception must succumb, and the suspicion is allowed to acquire almost an a priori force by writers who on general grounds deny the possibility of such theory. Hegel srefutation of the Critical Philosophy in theE ncydopddie der philosophischen Wissenschaften is a case in point. Here the writer, either misconstruing or misrepresenting Kant sactual method, proceeds to direct against him a polemic based on the internal contradictoriness of the critical attitude. The substance of Hegel sobjection is indicated by the simile in which he compares the aim of Criticism to the wise purpose of the schoolman to learn to swim before venturing into the water. 1K uno Fischer sreply, endorsed by Vaihinger,2 that the question is not one of learning to swim but of explaining the act of swimming exposes the pointlessness of the analogy; but the essence of Hegel serror lies in the attempt to turn the specific purpose of Criticism into a general responsibility for knowledge. He accuses Kant of requiring that we should learn to know the instrument (our power of knowing) before undertaking the work to be done by it ;whereas the truth is that Kant assumes knowledge as revealed in certain 1E ncyd. d. philos. Wiss., 10. Comm. zu Kants Krit. d. rein. Vern., Vol. I, p. 45.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore an
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