The Judgment

Perhaps it will be answered that recolocando the object in the corporal experience as one of the polar regions of this experience, retiramo to it what it forms its objetividade exactly. Of the point of view of my body I do not see never equally the six faces of the cube, exactly if it will be of glass, and however the word cube, exactly if it will be of glass, and however ' ' cubo' ' he has a direction, the proper true cube, beyond its sensible appearances, has its six equal faces. In the measure that I twirl around it, I see the face frontal, who was a square, if to deform, later disappearing, while the other squared sides appear and become each one in turn. But the destaexperiencia development is only for me the occasion to think about the total cube with its six equal and simultaneous faces, the intangible structure that it of the reason. the same, so that my stroll around the cube motivates the judgment ' ' here it is one cubo' ' , it is necessary that my displacements are located they themselves in objective space e, far from the experience of the proper movement to condition the position of an object, is opposes for it thinking about my proper body as a mobile object that I can decipher the appearance percipient and construct the true cube. The experience of the movement proper it would only be therefore a psychological circumstance and it would not contribute to determine the direction of the object. The object and my body would form a system, but treat-if-there of a beam of objective correlations and not, as we said has little, of a set of lived correspondences. The unit of the object would be thought, and not felt as the correlative of that one of our body. But object can thus be detached of the conditions effective under which it is given in them? The notion of it can be congregated discursivamente numbers six, the notion of ' ' lado' ' , and of equality, and uniz them in one it formulates that it is the definition of the cube.