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- Created 2012-02-26
is an extension by
theory of knowledge
According to Kant,
passes by the filters of the mind who observes the phenomena. In this line, there exists in the human mind invariant and a-priori principles of experience. As an example, one may have imprinted in the brain a
representation of space, a notion of time, color separation and others. This may be called "static representation".
Heylighen has proposed a revision of these Kantian ideas, in which these principles are not supposed to be invariant and necessary
; instead alternative principles exist for the organization of experience in adaptive representations. This opens a path for new investigations in the
philosophy of mind
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