unity of appreciation
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29 Nov 2003 14:32 PST
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Immanuel Kant came up with an idea called "Transcendental unity of Appreciation" probably from a book called "Foundations of the metaphysics of morals." I need reading commentary on the idea, a summary, others thoughts, lecture notes/reviews on the book but only ones with dierect pertinence to the unity of appreciation idea.
Re: unity of appreciation
Answered By: pafalafa-ga on 01 Dec 2003 17:43 PST
Thanks, mitts-ga. It's kind of you to accept my earlier comments as an answer to your question. Though I hadn't intended them as such, it's good to know you found them useful. Best of luck with your study. pafalafa-ga
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