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transcendental idealism

noun
1.
(philosophy) the Kantian doctrine that reality consists not of appearances, but of some other order of being whose existence can be inferred from the nature of human reason
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  • The Aupanishadas have thus advanced from the pantheism of the orthodox ritualists to a transcendental idealism.

    Hindu Gods And Heroes Lionel D. Barnett
  • What I said just now about the Absolute of transcendental idealism is a case in point.

    Pragmatism William James
  • transcendental idealism, as above stated, reveals a way out of the dilemma.

  • Schelling's "transcendental idealism," with which Coleridge was afterwards most in sympathy, was not published till 1800.

    Transcendentalism in New England Octavius Brooks Frothingham
  • Singularly enough, Fichte accepted the transcendental idealism as an orthodox exposition of his own philosophy.

    History of Modern Philosophy Alfred William Benn

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