Is the feeling of unity that Kant identifies in his third critique a type of inexpressible knowledge?
Graduate studies at Western
Philosophy 82 (3):475-485 (2007)
|Abstract||Kant, in his third Critique, confronts the issue of how rule-governed objective judgement is possible. He argues that it requires a particular kind of aesthetic response to one's experience. I dub this response 'the Feeling of Unity', and I raise the question whether it is a type of inexpressible knowledge. Using David Bell's account of these matters as a touchstone, I argue that it is|
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