What does it mean to say sensations must be "conceptualized" to qualify as experience? Explain using an example of your choice.
Sensations must be "conceptualized" to qualify as experience as they must be subject to spatial-temporal shaping" to qualify as experience as perceiving part of the mind requires perceiving it as an object outside us in space and time. A raw sensory stimulus must be organized and recognized to maybe; an object car to be understood and experienced. Further, according to Kant; "sensory stimulation must be unified in a single connected consciousness" to qualify as experience for example; as in order to experience something we should assume the future will be like the past. For example; we should assume that the next flame we encounter will be accompanied by heat in order to experience the flame
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