La legitimidad de la metafísica: el legado de Kant a Peirce, y el de Peirce a la filosofía de nuestros días
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Peirce, Charles Sanders
pragmatismo
Issue Date: 
2007
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Citation: 
Anuario Filosófico, 2007 (40), 471-492
Abstract
Peirce’s response to the anti-metaphysical positivism of his day draws on Kant’s response to Hume, but moves beyond it, being thus a valuable resource, especially in our own post-Logical Positivist era. (Part of) Kant’s legacy to Peirce was a lasting conviction that metaphysics need not be the hopelessly "airy science" Hume had pooh-poohed, but could and should become a legitimate and valuable area of investigation. (Part of) Peirce's legacy to philosophy today is a distinctively plausible post-Kantian reconstruction of how this might be achieved.
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