Uygar Abaci

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Uygar Abaci

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Immanuel Kant Reciprocity Literature Parmenides Object Relations Ontological Agnosticism Aporia Actualist Parallelism Fate Object Attachment Actuality Critique Of Pure Reason Codependence Common View Modality Epistemological Harmony Codependency (Psychology) Conception Cognition Existence Of God Deity Metaphysical

Most Recent Papers

The Greatest Aporia in the Parmenides (133b-134e) and the Reciprocity of Pros Relations

Uygar Abaci, 2021, Dialogue-Canadian Philosophical Review on p. 169-192

Noumenal Freedom and Kant's Modal Antinomy

Uygar Abaci, 2021, Kantian Review

Review of Eric Watkins’ Kant on Law

Uygar Abaci, 2020, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

The Greatest Aporia in the Parmenides (133b-134e) and the Reciprocity of Pros Relations

Uygar Abaci, 2020, Dialogue

Kant's Revolutionary Theory of Modality

Uygar Abaci, 2019, on p. 304

What does Existence add to Possibility? Wolff and Kant on Complementum Possibilitatis

Uygar Abaci, 2018, on p. 3215-3222

Kant, the actualist principle, and the fate of the only possible proof

Uygar Abaci, 2017, Journal of the History of Philosophy on p. 261-292

Kant's Modal Metaphysics by Nicholas F. Stang

Uygar Abaci, 2017, Journal of the History of Philosophy on p. 169 - 170

The Coextensiveness Thesis and Kant's Modal Agnosticism in the 'Postulates'

Uygar Abaci, 2016, European Journal of Philosophy on p. 129-158

Ameriks, Karl, Kant's Elliptical Path

Uygar Abaci, 2014, Philosophical Quarterly on p. 316-318

Most-Cited Papers

Kant's only possible argument and chignell's real harmony

Uygar Abaci, 2014, Kantian Review on p. 1-25

The Coextensiveness Thesis and Kant's Modal Agnosticism in the 'Postulates'

Uygar Abaci, 2016, European Journal of Philosophy on p. 129-158

Kant, the actualist principle, and the fate of the only possible proof

Uygar Abaci, 2017, Journal of the History of Philosophy on p. 261-292

Noumenal Freedom and Kant's Modal Antinomy

Uygar Abaci, 2021, Kantian Review

The Greatest Aporia in the Parmenides (133b-134e) and the Reciprocity of Pros Relations

Uygar Abaci, 2020, Dialogue

The Greatest Aporia in the Parmenides (133b-134e) and the Reciprocity of Pros Relations

Uygar Abaci, 2021, Dialogue-Canadian Philosophical Review on p. 169-192

Ameriks, Karl, Kant's Elliptical Path

Uygar Abaci, 2014, Philosophical Quarterly on p. 316-318

Leibniz and Kant on the Syntheticity of Existential Statements

Uygar Abaci, 2013, on p. 297-308

Kant's Remarks on Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and the Sublime

Uygar Abaci, 2011, on p. 65-204

Kant's Revolutionary Theory of Modality

Uygar Abaci, 2019, on p. 304