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1. No 1-2, 1940), Husserl develops this theme further and shows how distances in metric space are constituted on the basis of my kinesthetic system (itself not possible to apprehend metrically), and how this ultimately rests on a ‘here’ essentially tied to my living body, although without being strictly identical with it. The sense of movement can be determined as that which leads from one state of rest to another, it is as it were a series of detours between poses, where the Here of my living body is a center that has no movement, an absolute zero of kinetic energy.
507). Because of this, according to Stegmaier, religion becomes an exemplary decision for orientation, which protects against existential disorientation (Ibid. pp. 533–534). 2. For the clarity and coherence of the argument, all translations of Kant’s text are my own. 3. For an historical account of this debate see John H. Zammito, The Genesis of Kant’s Critique of Judgment (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1992), pp. 228–241. Sublime Disorientation 23 as an experience of disappearing as the unconditioned condition of appearing.
This is not the least directed against Leibniz’s theses that if everything would be turned around in the world no one would notice it. The argument is already to be found in Kant’s ‘Von dem ersten Grunde des Unterschiedes der Gegenden im Raum’, where he explicitly confronts Leibniz. Through a discussion of what a region (Gegend) is in contrast to the mere positions (Lage) of parts of space in relation to each other—the former cannot be reduced to the relations between things in space, but are the systems of these places in relation to world-space (Weltraum)—Kant argues for the independence of absolute space as a unity from the things in it.