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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The concept of Transcendental Object in A-Deduction: revolution or pre-critical fall?|
|Abstract:||The present paper intends to advocate for the compatibility between the object's conception developed in Transcendental Deduction of the categories on the Critique of Pure Reason's first edition and critical philosophy's demands, even though Kant uses the expression "transcendental object" in that context. I would like to point out that the use of such expression by Kant shows a transition of object's concept from a traditional sense to a critical one in which "transcendental object" is not the thing in itself anymore.|
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