From Transcendental Subject to Embodied Subject. Some Aspects of Contemporary debates on Kant

Paradigmi. Rivista di Critica Filosofica 22 (64/65):195-207 (2004)

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Kant's theory of subjectivity postulates a common Subject of all representations which reduces them to the unity of conscience and refers to itself by using distinctive acts of reference. Contemporary philosophers such as Strawson, Evans, McDowell and Cassam, develop Kant's conception into a materialist theory of self-consciousness: a view of the Self as a physical object among physical objects that entails a transformation of Kant's transcendental Subject into an embodied one.
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