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Thorough analysis of Kant's "conditions of possibility"

What you're referring to is probably counterfactual relations, e.g. "if X were true, then Y would be also true", which became a major topic of mainstream analytic philosophy since the ...
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Non-Kantian answers to the Kantian question of representation

This is in some contexts called the symbol-grounding problem. In a philosophical setting, we could call it the problem of objective purport or problem of intentionality. Various people after Kant have ...
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