ART AND MATHEMATICS IN KANT’S CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY by A. T. Winterbourne

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  1. “Both are creative processes involving spontaneous acts of creating spatial and temporal objects or symbolic inscriptions”
  2. “…both art and mathematics involve the exercise of productive imagination to create an intuition expressing something general; it is because of that relatioship of particular to general (concept or idea) that the two enterprises gain significance”
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