Kant e la formazione dei concetti: Risposta a Claudio La Rocca

Studi Kantiani 26:147-151 (2013)

This paper replies to Claudio La Rocca's criticisms of my account of Kant's views on concept formation. On my account, Kant holds that, although all conscious experiences of adult human beings are informed by the categories, it is possible to represent objects by means of non-conceptualized intuitions. La Rocca rejects that claim. In this paper, I first discuss the passages cited by La Rocca. I then argue that Kant's account of the formation of the categories presupposes that it is possible to represent and group objects without employing any concepts.
Keywords Kant  concepts  categories  perception
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