Strawson and the Refutation of Idealism
P.F. Strawson represents a philosophical tradition in Kant scholarship. Strawson is opposed to Kant’s transcendental idealism, but he finds much of value in Kant’s metaphysical views. Strawson’s goal in The Bounds of Sense is to separate what is of value in Kant’s thought from Kant’s transcendental idealism. His dislike of transcendental idealism is based upon a certain interpretation which Henry Allison calls “the standard picture”. This picture is shared by several of Kant’s commentators, but is best exemplified in the work of Strawson and H.A. Prichard.
Gordon Steinhoff, “Strawson and the Refutation of Idealism,” Idealistic Studies 1990, v. 20, pp. 61-81.