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  1. This term was carefully considered by Kant.

    Actually, this is a meaningful, attentive and thoughtful perception of the world according to our worldview, thoughts, and partly sensuality.

    More precisely, it is a holistic perception and awareness of everything around us, including ourselves, based on our views on life, people and situations.

    To put it even more simply: this is a synthesis, a combined holistic awareness of everything that is happening around , that is, by connecting consciousness with the mind, consciousness of the Higher Self, touch of the world with the sense organs and the body of everything that is around… – this is all in the aggregate and is the unity of transcendental appercepts-the unity of consciousness and consciousness that relate to each other 🙂

  2. The transcendental unity of apperception is a concept of Kant's philosophy, introduced by him in the Critique of Pure Reason. Kant's apperception is self-awareness. The word “transcendental” indicates that the structure of the Ego can be used to explain the possibility of a priori synthetic cognition. Combining representations in I involves synthesis.

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