(2012) Human Studies 35 (1).

The historicity of the a priori

Robert Stolorow

pp. 131-135

The contemporary analysis of human existence fills us all with a sense of fragility, with the power of dark instincts, with the suffering caused by mysteries and illusions, and with the finitude shown by all that is living, even where the highest creations of communal life arise from it.—Wilhelm Dilthey

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DOI: 10.1007/s10746-011-9207-8

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Stolorow, R. (2012). Review of The historicity of the a priori. Human Studies 35 (1), pp. 131-135.

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