File spoon-archives/bhaskar.archive/bhaskar_2000/bhaskar.0010, message 24


Subject: BHA: RE: b, k & e fallacy
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2000 10:25:29 -0400


Ruth,

Why do you say:

> My
> question to someone who knows Hegel at all would be would Hegel - and the
> whole post-Hegelian materialist line - any less than Kant, go for 
> an account
> of perception (not knowledge-production) such as the one in RTS, in which
> perception is, at least implicitly, cast in such a passive, or empiricist
> light. 
>
> r.     
?

My reading of RTS is that RB avoids or ignores the issue of perception.


	Marsh Feldman


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