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  • The “felt need of reason” in Kant’s Was heisst : sich im Denken orientieren? 

    Piché, Claude (2009-05-21)
    In his text “Was heisst: sich im Denken orientieren?” Kant takes the risk of stressing the role of feeling in rational faith. There is a risk involved here because feeling is at the very center of the thesis he opposes: Jacobi’s conception of faith ...
  • Kant and the problem of affection 

    Piché, Claude (Philosophy Documentation Center, 2004)
    Starting with Vaihinger’s famous trilemma which presents the different possibilities for explaining the origin of affection, I critically assess the classical theses of Jacobi, Aenesidemus-Schulze, Adickes, Kemp Smith, Paton and Allison on this ...
  • Kant et le problème de l'affection 

    Piché, Claude (2004)
    Starting with Vaihinger’s famous trilemma which presents the different possibilities for explaining the origin of affection, I critically assess the classical theses of Jacobi, Aenesidemus-Schulze, Adickes, Kemp Smith, Paton and Allison on this ...