Steiner on life (part II) – Beholding judgement

I left off in my last post speaking about intuitive understanding in Kant. In short, Kant says that it’s possible to think of a being that can survey the whole and its parts (or in the context of nature: the purpose and the mechanism) without having to resort to discursive thinking. I’ll leave this postContinue reading “Steiner on life (part II) – Beholding judgement”

Steiner on experience (Part III)

Last week I looked at Steiner’s critique of Kant’s assumptions about experience, namely that we can’t gain certain knowledge from it. This post will focus on Steiner’s critique of the philosophical positions that followed Kant, where experience was considered to be something entirely subjective, having nothing at all to do with the external world. InContinue reading “Steiner on experience (Part III)”