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Why there are no ready-made phenomena : what philsosophers of science should learn from Kant / Michela Massimi -- Reduction, unity, and the nature of science : Kant's legacy? / Margaret Morrison -- Invariance principles as regulative ideals : from Wigner to Hilbert / Thomas Ryckman -- Objectivity : a Kantian perspective / Roberto Torretti -- Einstein, Kant, and the a priori / Michael Friedman -- Contingent transcendental arguments for metaphysical principles / Hasok Chang -- Arithmetic from Kant to Frege : numbers, pure units, and the limits of conceptual representation / Daniel Sutherland -- Intuition and infinity : a Kantian theme with echoes in the foundations of mathematics / Carl Posy.
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