space and time
Kant's epistemology begins from aesthetic intuition. The thesis of the opening chapter of the Critique of Pure Reason concerns the transcendental aesthetic, and Kant begins by setting forth a series of definitions and explanations of basic concepts, e.g., intuition, sensibility, sensation, material, and form. However, as pointed out in the previous chapter, these definitions and explanations and their later use are extremely abstruse and involved.
Li, Z. (2018). Epistemology: space and time, in A new approach to Kant, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 73-92.
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