The Concept of Concept

 

‘Thought’ proffered Immanuel Kant ‘is cognition by means of conception’.

Cognition is a concept. A Concept is that which is ‘conceptually differentiable’. But ‘conceptually differentiable’ is itself a concept.

A ‘concept’ says the Dictionary, is a ‘a general notion or idea’. But ‘general notion’ and ‘idea’ are both very much concepts.

A concept has a public understanding while ‘conception’ is just a private view. Yet concept is for you a conception and conception becomes a concept in the dictionary, unchanged regardless of who looks at it.

Concept; Conception; Concept of Conception; Conception of Concept. All Concepts; or are they Conceptions?

 


See: ‘The Definition of Definition
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