In order to implement the ethical ideal we must fix upon the whole of being and cognize
By what one cognizes
all this (world), with what would one cognize
The difference between the Nyaya and Bhatta Mimamsa traditions in this matter had to do with which pramana cognizes
It is odd to say that an object of cognition is non-erroneous, inasmuch as an error is caused by a man when he cognizes
We have seen that a categorial intentional act involves a categorial intuition which cognizes
the formal cause--the "is"--of the proposition as a whole.
98) However, one trained in metaphysics cognizes
the proposition as self-evident, for one can see that the meaning of incorporeal is to lack place, or that an angel is by definition an incorporeal being.
in the action of bringing the synthesis of the manifold that is given to it in intuition from elsewhere to the unity of apperception, which, therefore, cognizes
nothing at all by itself, but only combines and orders the material for cognition, the intuition, which must be given to it through the object.
He makes the first claim in his Quodlibetal Questions, where he gives an affirmative answer to the question "whether it is in the first truth that the intellective soul cognizes
everything that it cognizes
any marked pleasure in the comprehensibility of nature and in the unity of its divisions into genera and species, by which all empirical concepts are possible, through which we cognize
it according to its particular laws.
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Human beings cannot, however, cognize
this hidden ground of the world: it remains cut off from us due to the inherent limitations of language, which concretize and separate (and therefore falsify) the flux of life (41ff.
Imagination is central to human meaning and rationality for the simple reason that what we can experience and cognize
as meaningful, and how we can reason about it, are both dependent upon structures of imagination that make our experience what it is.
39) Consciousness makes subjective experience possible; and, insofar as it enables man to objectively cognize
himself, it makes self-knowledge possible as well.
On the other, because we cognize
the necessity of our limited self/other subjective state, and cognize
it determinately in the way various logical, natural, and social structures condition us, we recognize the necessity of these structures for the very possibility of our knowledge of both ourselves and the world.
Most men, either by nature or by habit, are unable to comprehend and cognize
those things; these are the men whom one ought to represent the manner in which the principles of the beings, their ranks of order, the Active Intellect, and the supreme rulership, exist through things that are imitations of them.