Monday, March 14, 2005
- The thought behind the conjecture is that the criteria for the evaluation of scientific theories can also be applied to philosophical theories.
- The truth of the conjecture would seem to depend on there being some other theory with comparable explanatory power.
- The truth of the conjecture is compatible with their being elements of Kant's theory which ought to be preserved.
- The truth of the conjecture would legitimate my ongoing project of not reading The Critique of Pure Reason