Kant's Theory of Judgment

[Revised entry by Robert Hanna on October 23, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, supplement1.html, supplement2.html, supplement3.html, supplement4.html] Theories of judgment, whether
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[Revised entry by Robert Hanna on October 23, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, supplement1.html, supplement2.html, supplement3.html, supplement4.html] Theories of judgment, whether cognitive (i.e., object-representing, thought-expressing, truth-apt) judgment or practical (i.e., act-representing, choice-expressing, evaluation-apt) judgment, bring together fundamental issues in semantics, logic, cognitive psychology, and epistemology (collectively providing for what can be called the four "faces" of cognitive judgment [see also Martin 2006]), as well as action theory, moral psychology, and ethics (collectively providing for the three...

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