By Akira Miura

This publication is for these studying the japanese language it really is an Intermediate point ebook.

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Why does the gathering take this form? Why does empirical thought not simply gather the manifold into the unity of the thing’s singular essence? Thought could gather the manifold in this direct way, into the singular essence, only if thought first of all posited that unity, since it is decisively not given to human knowing. But this is impossible: Thought cannot simply posit the singular essence of the object, for the object is so withdrawn from the subject that there is lacking entirely any ground that could render such positing objectively valid.

Kant says that “in inference reason endeavors to reduce the varied and manifold knowledge obtained through the understanding to the smallest number of principles (universal conditions) and thereby to achieve in it the highest possible unity” (A 305/B 361). , judgments, are gathered into formal unity. Logical thought is a mode of gathering. This need for inference, the need for the gathering in logical thought, is rooted in the fragmentary beginnings to which human knowing is tied. In human thought there is a fundamental disunity, a lack of INTERPRETIVE HORIZONS 29 wholeness, of self-sufficiency, in the sense that such thought does not include its correlative intuition in unity with itself.

It is definitive of such unlimited or divine knowing that within it the intuition of the object is essentially free of any limitation by the object intuited, in no way dependent on (limited by) the object’s giving itself. In limited, human knowing the intuiting is, by contrast, dependent on a giving which proceeds from the object. This distinction between divine knowing and human knowing is decisive for the horizon to be assembled. Specifically, I shall go about assembling this horizon by elaborating structurally the opposed terms of this distinction and transforming it finally into a concept of the movement of human knowing.

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