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|Title:||McDowell, Transcendental Philosophy, and Naturalism|
|Keywords:||McDowell, John, 1870-1937.|
Knowledge, Theory of
|Citation:||Haddock A (2009) McDowell, Transcendental Philosophy, and Naturalism. Philosophical Topics, 37 (1), pp. 63-76. http://www.uapress.com/titles/philostopix/philostopix.html|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: I want to discuss the place of naturalism in the philosophy of John McDowell. There are some people who think McDowell is a naturalist in name only.1 But I think there is an aspect of his thinking which merits the title. And I think it is an aspect he could well do without, in light of his recent attempt to understand his own philosophy as a Hegelian radicalization of Kantian themes.|
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