Kant, Ontology, and the A Priori is a close study of Kant’s conception of metaphysical propositions. In it Moltke Gram aims to show in what sense Kant is offering a theory of metaphysical propositions about objects in general. Gram presents a criticism of the tendency to focus on Kant’s theory of dialectic as the source of paradigm cases of metaphysical propositions.
About the Author
MOLTKE STEFANUS GRAM (born 1938) received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Indiana University Bloomington in 1966. He taught philosophy at Indiana University Bloomington, Northwestern University, and the University of Iowa.