Year of manufacture: 1911
Author: Durant Drake
Genre: Philosophy (scientific publication)
Publisher: G. H. Ellis
Number of Pages: 60
In this small paper presented as a dissertation for the degree of PhD at Columbia University, the American philosopher Durant Drake examines Kant's concept of the thing-in-itself, analyzing its epistemological status, attitude to the process of cognition, a place in the structure of consciousness and developing on this based on its own original concept of "critical realism."
For philosophers and historians of philosophy.
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