Kant and the brain: A new empirical hypothesis

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1. Introduction Kant claims that human cognition involves the peculiar ability to " think the particular as contained under the universal. " We generalize: we abstract, classify, or conceptualize; we think of particular individual things as belonging to general kinds: this is a bird, that a tree. We form concepts into systematic hierarchies: grizzlies and… (More)

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