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Does Kahneman in 'Thinking Fast & Slow' count? 'Flow' states have been linked to ceasing to sense time passing. Time is widely found to subjectively go faster with age. It's notable huge, epic experiences are had by DMT users in very short times, & that substance seems to be tapping in to a increasing-neuroplasticity and synaptogenisis pathway. We ...


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When deontologists apply the categorical imperative, "Act only according to that maxim whereby you can, at the same time, will that it should become a universal law.", in layman terms "What would happen if everybody did the same ?", it might look like a consequentialist approach, but it is not. Note how it does not focus on the real ...


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What you are trying to do with such question is to oppose physics to perception. That is, assuming that space and time would be, from a Kantian perspective, transcendentally ideal, which existence depends absolutely on the mind, but from a scientific/physical perspective, a reality independent of the mind. In such context, you are asking for the relationship ...


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Mathematical models of space and time doesn't pose a problem for Kant according to reference here: In 1781, Immanuel Kant published the Critique of Pure Reason, one of the most influential works in the history of the philosophy of space and time. He describes time as an a priori notion that, together with other a priori notions such as space, allows us to ...


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Goodreau's book The Role of the Sublime in Kant's Moral Metaphysics referenced here should be a comprehensive analysis for your question. First regarding sublime in the Anthropology: Kant's Anthropology is relevant to the thesis of the present work because it contains a discussion of taste from the standpoint of empirical psychology, i.e., from the ...


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