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Social Sciences - Philosophy
|German term or phrase: Deutungsabhängigkeit der Gegenstandserfahrung|
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Eine der philosophischen Prämissen, die sich Boas durch das Studium Kants zurecht gelegt haben dürfte, ist jene der Deutungsabhängigkeit der Gegenstandserfahrung durch das Subjekt.
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judgment dependent upon experiencing an object
JSTOR: Kant, Beauty, and the Object of Taste
Apart from our actual experience of physical objects, Kant says, ... of pleasure that the judgment entails causally dependent upon a physical object, ...
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what an ideal aesthetic experience meant to kant
If in specifiable ways a judgement of taste relates to a concept determining the object, then the judgement is dependent. The aesthetic evaluative predicate ...
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context/theory-based interpretation of the object-experience (through the subject)
I guess here the important point may be the understanding of objects not as they really are but as we see them, depending on with which theoretical concept (of the world) we approach them, what we think they are.
"Das sog. Thomas-Theorem, das jedem Sozialwissenschaftler bekannt ist, formulierte schon in den zwanziger Jahren, dass Menschen nicht aufgrund wirklicher äußerer Umstände handeln, sondern aufgrund dessen, was sie dafür halten. Schmerzen beim Zahnarzt hält man nicht gut aus, wenn man zu der Überzeugung gelangt ist, der Kerl will einen quälen; aber die gleichen Schmerzen erträgt man leichter (natürlich nicht gut), wenn man sicher ist, er tut nur, was nötig ist. Kontext ist somit etwas, das unsere (unbewusste) Deutung der Ereignisse immer schon einschließt."
I would say objects are experienced based on the/according to the interpretation-theory of the subject/individual, are dependent on how the subject/individual thinks (of) them based on a priori conditions.
= context/theory-based interpretation of the object-experience through the subject
with emphasis on "theory" and "a priori conditions" so that they are not subjective as in "not real" but based on "real" conditions of for example time and space
The two interconnected foundations of what Kant called his "critical philosophy" of the "Copernican revolution" which he claimed to have wrought in philosophy were his epistemology of Transcendental Idealism and his moral philosophy of the autonomy of practical reason. These placed the active, rational human subject at the center of the cognitive and moral worlds. With regard to knowledge, Kant argued that the rational order of the world as known by science could never be accounted for merely by the fortuitous accumulation of sense perceptions. It was instead the product of the rule-based activity of "synthesis." This consisted of conceptual unification and integration carried out by the mind through concepts or the "categories of the understanding" operating on the perceptual manifold within space and time, which are not concepts, but forms of sensibility that are a priori necessary conditions for any possible experience.
For a discursive intellect, an object of possible experience is an object of judgement, requiring the application of synthetic a priori concepts--the categories.
What categorizes or classifies or "objectifies" the data of perception is the understanding. The understanding judges or "categorizes" what is perceived according to twelve basic concepts or "rules." These concepts are not "things in themselves" any more than space and time are things in themselves; they are forms for organizing experience. They are grouped under four basic headings:
These concepts or categories are meant to be applied to objects of experience
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PS: object-experience = experience of objects
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