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[Xmca-l] Re: Noumenal and Phenomenal

I hope this topic (noumenal and phenomenal) can continue.
Greg’s question if objects (and objectives) is the *ur* phenomenon for Vygotsky, and this model contrasting with Peirce’s triadic model where the objects ( *ur* phenomenon)  is one element of semiosis.

I am going to introduce a quote from Hegel that  may add to this topic:

“Philosophy is not meant to be a narration of happenings but a cognition of what is *true* in them, and further, on the basis of this cognition, to *comprehend* that which, in the narrative, appears as a mere happening.”

Is this process of truth as the basis for *comprehending* noumenal or phenomenal?

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