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On the other hand, comprehending a multiplicity [ Vielheit] in a unity (of intuition rather than of thought), and hence comprehending in one instant [Augenblick] what is apprehended successively, is a regression that in turn cancels [aufhebt] the condition of time in the imagination's progression and makes simultaneity intuitable.
Positive thought retains this idea; yet it adds to it the recognition that existence is not just something comprehensible, but also something present, actual, and intuitable outside and apart from thought.
These considerations thus indicate that it is not `tones' but timbres (aptly called tone-colours) that are equivalent to colours in that they make the form more intuitable and in incidentally adding charms.
Never fully defined by Descartes, method nonetheless appears throughout his theoretical writings as the single means rigorous enough to investigate the real, little of which - as the famous exercises in skepticism of the Meditations demonstrated - is perceived by us in intuitable form.
It is only the aisthetikos, the intuitable, dimension of its life which is accessible to the other, so the self must now turn the essence of its body into gesture.
36) But if real or practical activity took precedence in Fichte's 1796/99 Wissenschaftslehre, it is a practical activity that is intellectual; free self-determination is intuitable only as a determination to become something, with a concept of a goal underlying each free act, as an ideal, a model [Vorbild] or a reason for acting, and thus making free activity possible.
And some non-trivial mathematical knowledge is supposed to be intuitable in this way, again in a way analogous to ordinary perceptual knowledge.
This Moses-like view of art as that which by means of appearance draws us to the realm of intuitable universals but which for fear of denying itself as the medium of appearance, can never itself pass into it, was weakened by Leibniz.
Spatio-temporality limits all possible experience to four intuitable time-space coordinates; if there are other dimensions we cannot know them.