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目次

  • Chapter 1 The Cogito Proposition of Descartes and Characteristics of His Ego Theory
    • Introduction
    • Section 1 The twofold aspect of the proposition‘I think,therefore I am’
    • Section 2 ‘I think,therefore I am’as an axiomatic proposition
    • Section 3 Differences in the reasoning behind the formulation of the proposition‘I think,therefore I am’
    • Section 4 Descartes’ criticism of Aristotelian physics and its methodological significance
    • Conclusion
    • Notes
  • Chapter 2 Kant’s Criticism of Rational Psychology and His Theory of the Transcendental Ego
    • Introduction
    • Section 1 The phrase‘the proposition,I think,(taken problematically)’
    • Section 2 The concept of transcendental personality
    • Section 3 The peculiarity of the psychological idea
    • Section 4 The peculiarity of the paralogism of simplicity
    • Section 5 The transcendental subject as the subject of inherence
    • Section 6 Kant’s theory of the community of substances
    • Conclusion
    • Notes
  • Chapter 3 Kant’s Criticism of Rational Psychology and the Ontological Aspect of His Ego Theory
    • Introduction
    • Section 1 Kant’s references to the existential aspect of the Cogito
    • Section 2 The phrase‘the singular representation,I am’
    • Section 3 ‘I think’and inner perception
    • Section 4 The‘I think’as a proposition which includes an existence
    • Section 5 Interpretation of the footnote on pages B422−423
    • Conclusion
    • Notes
  • Chapter4 Kant’s Ego Theory and Its Historical Background
    • Introduction
    • Section 1 The Copernican revolution in epistemology
    • Section 2 Paradigm shift in philosophy from Descartes’ ego theory to Kant’s ego theory
    • Section 3 Kant’s reference to the clarity of representations in his criticism of rational psychology
    • Section 4 Further Comments on Kant’s reference to the clarity of representations
    • Section 5 Descartes’ influence on Kant’s procedure of his criticism of rational psychology
    • Conclusion
    • Notes