Things-In-Themselves and the Notion of Immanence

  • Moritz Schlick
Part of the LEP Library of Exact Philosophy book series (LEP, volume 11)


We claim that everything is real that must be thought of as being at a specific time.


Transcendental Logic Intellectual Evaluation Transcendent Entity Correct Thought Natural World View 
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  1. 19.
    Wilhelm Schuppe, Erkenntnistheoretische Logik, p. 69. Google Scholar
  2. 20.
    See, for instance, the excellent discussion by W. Freytag, Der Realismus und das Transzendenzproblem, Part VII, 1902;Google Scholar
  3. 20a.
    also G. Störring, Erkenntnistheorie, 2nd edition, 1920, p. 73.Google Scholar
  4. 21.
    That every judgment as such transcends the given is shown very well by W. Freytag, Erkenntnistheorie, 2nd edition, 1920, pp. 123 ff.Google Scholar
  5. 22.
    Mach, Analyse der Empfindungen, 5th edition, p. 24, note.Google Scholar
  6. 23.
    Kritik der reinen Vernunft, Kehrbach edition, pp. 326,329.Google Scholar
  7. 24.
    Viktor Stern, Die logischen Mängel der Machschen Antimeta-physik und die realistische Ergänzung seines Positivismus, Vierteljahrschrift für wissenschaftliche Philosophie 38 (1914), p. 391.Google Scholar
  8. 25.
    See Stern’s very sound refutation, in the work cited above, of certain inadequate arguments directed against Mach.Google Scholar

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