THE THEORY OF A PRIORI KNOWLEDGE IN N.HARTMANN’S “CRITICAL ONTOLOGY”
The paper presents a systematic reconstruction of conception of the a priori knowledge in context of construction N. Hartmann’s ontological point of view. Author shows that term “a priori” at first is interpreted in perspective of the ontology, but notion “knowledge a priori” remains ambiguous. A possible reason for it is N.Hartmann’s wish to bring together the various lines of tradition, in spite of cardinal differences between them.
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