Las funciones empíricas y transcendentales de la memoria en Kant
Kant on Empirical and Transcendental Functions of Memory

Hector Luis Pacheco Acosta
2020 Eidos  
Kant on Empirical and transcEndEntal Functions oF mEmory Eidos nº 32 (2020) págs. 103-134 issn 2011-7477 Kant on Empirical and transcEndEntal Functions oF mEmoryi. i. thE rEcEption oF Kant's account oF mEmory in currEnt litEraturE In the last two decades, few commentators have recognized the importance of memory in Kant's thought and recent studies on the empirical and transcendental function of memory are very scarce or lack profundity. 1 It is, nonetheless, worth underlining some commentators
more » ... like Herbert James Paton (1936) who defended the role of memory in the A edition of the Critique of Pure Reason and, particularly, in the "synthesis of recognition". 2 P. F. Strawson claimed later, in 1966, that experience and memory emerge together and that memory is involved in experience, recognition, consciousness, and identity of the self. More recently, Andrew Brook (1994) suggests that the transcendental function of memory may take place in the acts of the transcendental apperception. Howard Caygill (1995) maintains that memory is implied in two of the three syntheses of the 'transcendental faculty of imagination', namely in the synthesis of apprehension and recognition. Finally, Angelica Nuzzo (2015) argues for the seminal role of memory in the synthesis of recognition.
doi:10.14482/eidos.32.193 fatcat:dw4luc2benanlbm5aeqsibcrb4