Wittgenstein and the Kantian Critical Method

Marco Bastianelli


The ample bibliography on Wittgenstein offers the possibility to put the question of
the existence of a relationship between him and Kant; now on the general level of
methodological setting out, now on the more specific level of gnoseological contents.
The purpose of this paper is to sketch an exam of some questions that arise on the
general level of the method, dealing with contents only to the extent that they can
be useful to make this clear. The aim is to try to answer the following question: is
it still reasonable to speak of a critical-transcendental inquiry in relation to


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; transcendentalism; method

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