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Styles of observation and embodiment

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Abstract

<i>To know anything in space (for instance, a line), I must draw it, and thus synthetically bring into being a determinate combination of the given manifold, so that the unity of this act is at the same time the unity of consciousness (as in the concept of a line); and it is through this unity of consciousness that an object (a determinate space) is first known.</i>Immanuel Kant, <i>Critique of Pure Reason</i>, B 138 (2007)

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