In this paper I develop a reading of Kant's argument from geometry based on distinguishing the roles of pure versus applied geometry. Once these roles are properly distinguished, I argue that the argument from geometry is not susceptible to the problems concerning the development and applications of non-Euclidean geometry, which are often thought to undermine the argument.
Kant Studies Online
Rohloff, Waldemar, "Kant's Argument from the Applicability of Geometry" (2012). Philosophy Faculty Works. 11.
Available at: https://irl.umsl.edu/philosophy-faculty/11