In this paper I try to show that Hintikka's interpretation of Kant's doctrine of the method of mathematics is defective, at least so far as it concerns the contention that, in a preliminary phase of his philosophy, Kant did not intend his refence to the connection between mathematics and intuitions to involve a connection between mathematics and sensibility because, at that stage, he simply meant intuitions as singular terms. I argue, on the contrary, that Kant began his philosophical career by assuming a strong connection between mathematics and the evidence of a posteriori sensibility, and only in the context of his mature critical philosophy he transformed that connection into one that did not involve a posteriori sensibility but only the latter's priori forms
J. Hintikka e il metodo della matematica in Kant / Capozzi, Mirella. - In: IL PENSIERO. - ISSN 0031-4811. - STAMPA. - 18:(1973), pp. 232-267.