>> It's reassuring to know that you have the meta-sensory apparatus to
>> accurately determine that the "correct concepts" correspond to your
>> "basic sensory perceptions". (You recognize the unavoidable
>> epistemological regress here, yes?)
> I recognize no such thing, since it's not a metaphysical "logical"
> matter but a dialectical one. No "meta-sensory apparatus" needed. As
> Marx put it: "The question whether objective truth can be attributed to
> human thinking is not a question of theory but is a practical question.
> Man must prove the truth, i.e., the reality and power, the
> this-sidedness of his thinking, in practice."
No brain needed for concepts; just some rhetoric trying to resemble an appeal to authority.
"Plato isn't even wrong." [Gerald Edelman] (Since we seem to be playing the dueling quotations game)
We'll ignore the fact that you ignore the fact that Hegel rejected the correspondence theory of truth.