Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 1868-1869

Title

Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 1868-1869

Subject

[no text]

Description

A series of three papers published in the Journal of Speculative Philosophy 1868-1869. The papers focus on the nature of cognition, arguing that all our cognitions are informed by prior cognitions. Hence, we have no immediate (i.e., intuitive) access to our own cognitions.

Creator

[no text]

Source

[no text]

Publisher

[no text]

Date

[no text]

Contributor

[no text]

Rights

[no text]

Relation

[no text]

Format

[no text]

Language

[no text]

Type

[no text]

Identifier

[no text]

Coverage

[no text]

Collection Items

First published in the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, vol. 2 (1868): 103-114, this paper is the first of a series of three that appeared in the same journal during the period 1868-1869. According to Houser and Kloesel (Eds.), The Essential…

First published in the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, vol. 2 (1868): 140-157, this paper is the second of a series of three that appeared in the same journal during the period 1868-1869. According to Houser and Kloesel (Eds.), The Essential…

First published in the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, vol. 2 (1869): 193-208, this paper is the third and final installment of a series of three that appeared in the same journal during the period 1868-1869. According to Houser and Kloesel…
View all 3 items