Henry E. Allison
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- In sum, rather than being, in Guyer's dismissive phrase, "an anodyne recommendation of epistemological modesty," transcendental idealism, as here understood, is a bold, even revolutionary, theory of epistemic conditions.
- Kant's Transcendental Idealism: An Interpretation and Defense, Revised and Enlarged edition (2004), p. 19