Christopher Peacocke investigates the question of how we should conceive of the relations between understanding and the a priori, thereby forming the basis on which the dispute between meaning‐based and non‐meaning‐based approaches to explanations of the possibility of a priori propositions could be settled. To this end, Peacocke suggests a programme for moderate rationalists.
Keywords: a priori; moderate rationalism; Christopher Peacocke; understanding
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