By F. Oort
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In the first book of the Anthropology, ‘On the Cognitive Faculty of Self’, Kant tells us that the imagination is a mode of the sensibility or the ‘faculty of intuitive ideas’. In particular, it is the form of the Drawing Figures 27 sensibility, that is, intuition ‘without the presence of the object’ (APP, §15, p. 15 The imagination is therefore able to produce images or notions of space and time that are derived from an internally generated sense, independently of external or empirical objects.
Furthermore, these connections between Kant and Plato raises the potential for examining the ‘origins’ of aesthetic geometries, a question that Husserl also explores, and is discussed in the final chapter. Summary A line is drawn between the Meno and the Critique of Judgment in which geometry is expressed as an aesthetic ‘act’ of drawing and construction, and indicates an overlooked geometric method and figuration. In particular, we find that a relationship between the ‘pure’ science of geometry and the ‘sensible’ act of drawing geometric figures is manifested in the boy’s intuitive grasp of space, Socrates’ drawings in the sand, and the production of geometric figures in the Critique of Judgment, and which reveals an aesthetic reflective judgment.
103–6). This is an aesthetic operation in two ways: first, the imagination performs mathematical or geometric operations in its attempt to cognize the sublime by subsuming it to formal ‘limits’ or magnitudes, thereby generating an internal ‘agitated’ and indeterminate limit in the subject (CoJ, p. 112). Second, Kant examines how the mental agitation that results from the individual’s attempts to understand the sublime, and their inevitable failure to do so, produces a particularly intensive form of feeling in the displeasure which ‘arises from the imagination’s inadequacy’, and yet also in the pleasure which is felt by the affirmation of reason’s purposiveness (CoJ, p.
Algebraic geometry, Oslo 1970; proceedings by F. Oort