By Michael Friedman
Starting with a war of words in 1929 in Switzerland, Michael Friedman examines how the paintings of 3 pivotal philosophers advanced and intertwined over numerous years, eventually giving upward push to 2 very varied colleges of idea - analytic philosophy and continental. the writer explores the clashes that set them aside as they constructed their very own radical new rules.
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Bolzano, Herbart, Lotze, and Meinong \Vere generally recognized as central nineteenth-century sources fi)r the idea of "pure logic," both within neo-Kantianism and by Husserl himsdf 30 Chaptcl' 3 Thc nUll1crical conccpt of quantity can therdore not belong to logie. The underlying issucs stand our 1l10st c1early t"i"om the point of vic\\' of Cassirer's own version of thc Marburg doctrine. For Cassirer's ourstanding contribution here was ta arriculate, tor the first time, a c1ear and cohcrent conception of tormal logie within the conrext of the Marburg 5chool.
28 Chapter3 Now both versions of neo- Kantianism entirely reject the idea of an independent faculty of pure intuition. The neoIZantians here follow the tradition of post- Kantian idealism in vigorously opposing the dualistic conception of mind characteristie of IZant's own position: the dualism, that is, between a logical, conceptual, or discursive faculty of pure understanding and an intuitive, non-conceptual, or receptive faculty of pure sensibility. For the neo- IZantians, the a priori formaI structures in virtue of which the object of knowledge becomes possible must therefore derive from the logical faculty of the understanding and from this tàculty alone.
For Rickert, the numerical concept of one, unlike the logical concepts of identity and difference, does not apply to ail objects of thought as such but presupposes that we are given certain specific objects arranged in a homogeneous seriaI order. 34. [Rickert, 1909, p. 227). Bolzano, Herbart, Lotze, and Meinong \Vere generally recognized as central nineteenth-century sources fi)r the idea of "pure logic," both within neo-Kantianism and by Husserl himsdf 30 Chaptcl' 3 Thc nUll1crical conccpt of quantity can therdore not belong to logie.
A Parting of the Ways: Carnap, Cassirer, and Heidegger by Michael Friedman