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15. Nature of Minds / C. Capacities of Minds / 1. Faculties

[theory that each distinct capacity has a specific source]

6 ideas
Whether the mind has parts is irrelevant, since it obviously has distinct capacities [Aristotle]
Reason has logical and transcendental faculties [Kant]
Judgements which are essentially and strictly universal reveal our faculty of a priori cognition [Kant]
Kant's only answer as to how synthetic a priori judgements are possible was that we have a 'faculty'! [Nietzsche]
Our primary faculty is perception of structure, as when looking in a mirror [Nietzsche]
Mental modules for language, social, action, theory, space, emotion [McGinn]