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|World/Thinking||Rorty VI 188
Rorty: Brandom: thought and speech give us a perspective access to a non-perspective world. (Goes beyond Nietzsche, Goodman, Dewey).
Brandom I 474
World/Thinking/Language/Fact/Brandom: words form a separate and largely independent realm within our world - 1) nonverbal facts could be the same, even if the verbal facts about the world were different - 2) signs could be the same, even if the non-verbal facts were quite different - Solution: our discursive practices are not so isolated from the world. - Important argument: the nonverbal facts may be the same, although our discursive practices were different, but not vice versa! - Because the practices are not things like sounds or words that could be specified independent from the objects.
Reality/Thought/World/Brandom: the difference is expressed in our use of words such from or about.
Martin Seel Die ZEIT April 2001
World/Brandom: paragon of the facts, regardless of whether they are detected. There was a world without concepts, but there was never a world without facts - KantVsBrandom/Seel: Vs inference from thinking to being - although we cannot think it other than conceptually, it does not need to be constituted conceptually.
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