Introduction.  The Question, Background, Methodology4

 

Chapter One:  TRANSCENDENTAL IDEALISM IN THE AESTHETIC

                                    [The “Screen” of The Theater of the Mind]  19

                  1.1.  PP1 of The Aesthetic   21

                  1.2.  Metaphysical Exposition of the Concept of Space22

                  1.3.  Transcendental Exposition of the Concept of Space25  

                  1.4.  “Conclusions from the above Concepts”  26

                  1.5.  Transcendental Idealism/Empirical Realism31

                  1.6.  Metaphysical and Transcendental Exposition of the Concept of Time33

                  1.7.  “General Observations on Transcendental Aesthetic”  40

 

Chapter Two:  TRANSCENDENTAL IDEALISM IN THE ANALYTIC

                                    [The “Projector” of the Theater]   48

                  2.1.  Transcendental Apperception as Absolute Condition49

                  2.2.  Transcendental Apperception as the Ground of Objectivity54

                  2.3.  The New “Immanent” Critical Notion of an Object60

                  2.4. The Schematism, Principles, Refutation of Idealism, and Ground of Phenomena-

                                    Noumena Chapter63

 

Chapter Three:  TRANSCENDENTAL IDEALISM IN THE DIALECTIC

                                    [There is “No Exit” from the Theater]  82

                  3.1.  The Paralogisms84

3.2.   The Antinomies101

3.3.   The Ideal110

                                    Conclusion111

 

Chapter Four:  THE CRITICS: THE TRANSCENDENTAL REALISTS112

4.1.   H.E. Allison116,  P.F. Strawson137, Walker149, Findlay151, Bohme157,

                  Sherover and Srzednicki 156, 306, and Waxman157

                  4.2.  Sallis, J.S. Beck, Fichte, and R.P. Wolff159

                  4.3.  Common Objections   163

                  4.4.  Final Assessment of Kant and His Critics164

 

Chapter Five:      BEYOND KANT: TRANSCENDENTAL IDEALISM A LA FICHTE AND                                        HEGEL165

                  5.1.  The “Standpoint”: The Difference Between Kant, Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel169

5.2.   Transcendental Idealism a la Fichte175

5.3.   Transcendental Idealism a la Hegel185

 

Appendices:  202,  Bibliography:  207