Originally published in 1966, this pivotal work of Mikel Dufrenne revises Kant s notion of "a priori, " a concept previously given insufficient attention by philosophers, to realize a rich understanding that finally does justice to one of Kant s most troubling cruxes. Following the Husserlian analytics of phenomenology, Dufrenne postulates a ...
Originally published in 1966, this pivotal work of Mikel Dufrenne revises Kant s notion of "a priori, " a concept previously given insufficient attention by philosophers, to realize a rich understanding that finally does justice to one of Kant s most troubling cruxes. Following the Husserlian analytics of phenomenology, Dufrenne postulates a dualistic conception of the "a priori" as a structure that expresses itself outside the human subject, but also as a virtual knowledge that points to a philosophy of immediate apprehension or feeling. A friend of Paul Ricoeur, with whom he was detained as a prisoner of war during World War II, Dufrenne s work until now has been sorely overlooked by American philosophers."
8vo. VG/VG-. sunned and discolored DJ strip, between jacket front and rear in the original ivory. titling down sunned spine has calligraphic letter titling in faded dark red and black. edgewear moderate, with 2 closed cut. crimson clothbound HB, stamped silver titling and blind-stamped symbol on front panel. a very clean inteiror, perused and without mark or flaws to corners edges. excellent copy interior. 256 pp. Rockville.
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Fine. Dust Jacket Included. Translated with an Introduction by Paul S. Casey. Preface by Paul Ricoeur. 8vo. xxix, 256 pp. Original red cloth binding. This is a tight, fine book in a lightly used near fine DJ.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Near Fine in a Near Fine jacket. Name on front endpaper. Else interior clean and unmarked. Binding sound, square. Jacket clean with a touch of wear to spine ends. A nice copy.
F/VG+ TRANSLATED WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY EDWARD S. CASEY / PREFACE BY PAUL RICOEUR. D.J. IS VERY NICE BUT UNIVERSALLY TANNED AND A BIT DARKER ON THE SPINE PANEL WITH A TINY SHALLOW CHIP AT THE TOP FRONT FORE-EDGE CORNER. AN EXCELLENT COPY.
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