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15 Though critical of Lask, Heidegger praised him precisely for his “attempt to bring Aristotle and Kant as close to one another as possible” (GA 1:33). ”16 Does McDowell’s approach to the space of meaning exhibit lacunae similar to those Husserl and Heidegger discerned in Lask’s transcendental logic? ” How can our thinking be “answerable to the world” at all if we reject as myth the notion that the world impinges on our thinking by way of “givens” that are not produced by the spontaneity of thought?
Rickert, E. Lask, B. Bauch), 26 H U S S E R L , H E I D E G G E R , A N D T H E S P A C E O F M E A N I N G known for its interest in the historical, cultural sciences and its theory of transcendent value (Wert ). The views of these schools concerning the relation between philosophy, science, and worldview evolve, in turn, over three distinct periods. In the ﬁrst period (1871–78), characterized by an “extremely broad palette of possibilities for the contemporary realization of Kant’s theories of apperception and apriority,”8 there is a certain continuity between a priori and empirical inquiry.
Some orientation is therefore indispensable if the implications of the debate between “classical” neo-Kantianism and phenomenology are to be seen. The beginnings of neo-Kantianism have been identiﬁed with Otto Liebmann’s Kant und die Epigonen (1865) in which the phrase, “Thus we must go back to Kant,” repeatedly occurs. 5 Thus, the earliest neo-Kantian authors (J. B. Meyer, H. Helmholtz, E. Zeller, R. Haym, F. A. Lange, K. Fischer) diversely exploited idealist, realist, critical, skeptical, naturalistic, and metaphysical possibilities contained in Kant’s philosophy.
On Some Statistical Properties of Double Stars in Space. II. On the Mean Period of Double Stars in Space by Luyten W. J.