The Space that Shapes Us vs We Who Shape the Space


Space and the nature of space preoccupied, over the centuries, artists, philosophers and scientists. In his book, “The Critique of Pure Reason” (1781), Immanuel Kant argued, using arguments from mathematics, that space was not an objective, independent reality but a representation of our mind, a form of intuition that our mind imposed onto us. What Kant called a “transcendental ideality of space” referred to the idea that space was a subjective projection but at the same time an apriori reality.… Citește mai mult The Space that Shapes Us vs We Who Shape the Space