- light’s properties lack temporal restriction except in change of spatial position and thus reveal curvature in space
Inferential concepts are distinct from sensorily held concepts
Concepts as “Simulators” - Barsalou
Hilbert has non-visually-phenomenal inferential concepts. Kant denies this. Barsalou constructs simulators. What is the phenomenology of these simulators? ...have to read.
- Just phenomenal. This is a problem because it called to false inferences (see slide on intersection)
On the example of intersection, visual perception provides us with additional information not represented by the given propositions, but which could have been provided namely, whether or not all points on the line are outside the circle or not.