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2004 | 4 | 4 | 27-45
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Logika formalna i transcendentalna Immanuela Kanta

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GENERAL LOGIC AND TRANSCENDENTAL LOGIC IN KANT’S CONCEPTION
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Kant’s general conception on logic is outlined in an opuscule entitled “Die falsche Spitzfindigkeit”, before the appearance of “Kritik”. His attitude towards Aristotelian logic is more accurately outlined in “The Critique of Pure Reason”. In Kant’s conception general logic is the science of the intellect’s rules in general. Transcendental logic is the science of a priori elements of thought. Only transcendental logic is justified logic. Transcendental logic requires first order quantificational logic with identity as a general logic.
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4
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4
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27-45
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