Supplementations and Clarifications in Connection with the “Objection of Insanity”
In the last lecture we considered an objection against our just completed clarification of the possibility that the experienced world might not exist even though it is—and while it is—experienced, and experienced in an empirically indubitable manner. This [possibility] became evident to us in referring back to the possibility that the style of harmonious concord that turns the infinite | web of our empirical anticipations into a continuously flowing total perception of one identical world, into this world’s indubitable self-attestation, could dissolve.
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