We now trace an interesting development from the early 20th Century, which we might describe as Neo-Kantian. We begin by considering the origin of the phenomenal world of immediate experience, and its relation to the sensorimotor embedding of an organism in its environment.
- *von Uexküll, Jakob (1934) A stroll through the worlds of animals and men: A picture book of invisible worlds. Published in Instinctive Behavior: The Development of a Modern Concept, eds Schiller & Kuenen, 1957.
- Thomas Nagel’s famous 1974 essay: What is it like to be a bat
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