Universality and the Analytic Unity of Apperception in Kant: a reading of CPR B133-4n.
Maynooth Philosophical Papers, Issue 5 (2008).
I situate historically, analyze, and examine some of the implications of Kant’s thesis that the analytic unity of apperception – the representation of the identity of the I think – is what transforms any representation to which it is attached into a universal (conceptus communis).
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