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" We here propose to do just what Copernicus did in attempting to explain the celestial movements. When he found that he could make no progress by assuming that all the heavenly bodies revolved round the spectator, he reversed the process, and tried the... "
MIND A QUARTERLY REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY - Página 447
por GEORGE CROOM ROBERTSON - 1882
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Critique of Pure Reason

Immanuel Kant - 1855 - 517 páginas
...with respect to these objects, before they are given to us. We here propose to do just what COPEBNICUS did in attempting to explain the celestial movements....by assuming that all the heavenly bodies revolved round the spectator, he reversed the process, and tried the experiment of assuming that the spectator...
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Critique of pure reason, tr. by J.M.D. Meiklejohn

Immanuel Kant - 1855
...respect to these objects, before they are given to us. We here propose to do just what CopEEiactrs did in attempting to explain the celestial movements....by assuming that all the heavenly bodies revolved round the spectator, he reversed the process, and tried the experiment of assuming that the spectator...
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Critique of Pure Reason

1871 - 517 páginas
...determining something with respect to these objects, before they are given to tis. We here propose to do just what COPERNICUS did in attempting to explain...by assuming that all the heavenly bodies revolved round the spectator, he reversed the process, and tried the experiment of assuming that the spectator...
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THE PHYSICS AND PHILOSOPHY OF THE SENSES

R. S. WYLD F.R.S.E. - 1875
...priori, and determining something with respect to these objects before they are given us. When Copernicus found that he could make no progress by assuming that all the heavenly bodies revolved round the spectator, he reversed the process, and tried the experiment of assuming that the spectator...
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The Critical Philosophy of Kant: Being an Introduction to the Study of the ...

Archibald Weir - 1881 - 112 páginas
...'wrongly stated. To quote again. his oft-repeated description of his innovation, he proposed to do "just what Copernicus did in attempting to explain...progress by assuming that all the heavenly bodies moved round the spectator, he reversed the process, and tried the experiment of assuming that the spectator...
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Critique of pure reason

Immanuel Kant - 1884 - 517 páginas
...determining something with respect to these objects, before they are given to Us. We here propose to do just what COPERNICUS did in attempting to explain the celestial movements. When he found tbat he could make no progress by assuming that all the heavenly bodies revolved round the spectator,...
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Scientific Theism: Organic Scientific Philosophy

Francis Ellingwood Abbot - 1885 - 219 páginas
...metaphysics, if we assume that the objects must conform to our cognition. . . . We here propose to do just what Copernicus did in attempting to explain...experiment of assuming that the spectator revolved, while 1jhe stars remained at rest. We may make the same experiment with regard to the intuition of objects....
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The Veil of Isis: A Series of Essays on Idealism

Thomas Ebenezer Webb - 1885 - 365 páginas
...that the objects must conform to our cognition' (p. xxviii.). ' Here,' says Kant, ' we propose to do just what Copernicus did in attempting to explain...spectator, he reversed the process, and tried the experi* The scope of Kant's astronomical hypothesis, as Cousin and Professor illustration has been...
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The Veil of Isis: A Series of Essays on Idealism

Thomas Ebenezer Webb - 1885 - 365 páginas
...metaphysics,' as covered by him, not to the heliocentric Mr. ilabaffy seems to think (p. 37). nient of assuming that the spectator revolved while the stars remained at rest ' (p. xxix.). Hume's argument, that a given conception cannot be given by experience, because all conclusions...
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The Historical Basis of Modern Europe (1760-1815): An Introductory Study to ...

Archibald Weir - 1886 - 616 páginas
...been stated wrongly. To quote again his oft-repeated description of his innovation, he proposed to do "just what Copernicus did in attempting to explain...progress by assuming that all the heavenly bodies moved round the spectator, he reversed the process and tried the experiment of assuming that the spectator...
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