The visual room


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Andreas Kemmerling
Universität Heidelberg
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The idea [Vorstellung] is all there is about which all philosophers agree that it is real. At least if there is anything at all about which there is agreement in the philosophical world, it is the idea; no idealist, no egoist, no dogmatic skeptic can deny 1 the existence of the idea.
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