Kant and Nonconceptual Content

@inproceedings{Hanna2005KantAN,
  title={Kant and Nonconceptual Content},
  author={Robert Hanna},
  year={2005}
}
The informational states which a subject acquires through perception are non-conceptual, or non-conceptualized. Judgements based upon such states necessarily involve conceptualization: in moving from a perceptual experience to a judgement about the world (usually expressible in some verbal form), one will be exercising basic conceptual skills. But this formulation (in terms of moving from an experience to a judgement) must not be allowed to obscure the general picture. Although the judgments… CONTINUE READING