One of my primary interests is the issue of the relation between mind and world. Specifically, is the world somehow the product of our mind? (Relatedly, is there something unintelligible to us?) It is this issue that makes Kant and Wittgenstein interest me. As to Kant, my interest is his transcendental idealism according to which there is a distinction between things as appearances and things in themselves. And he also makes a distinction between Phenomena and noumena.
With regard to Wittgenstein, I shall try to focus on later Wittgenstein's view on the relation between language and the world. Some interpreters take latter Wittgenstein as a transcendental or linguistic idealist. But some don't think so. One of my primary interests is the issue of the relation... 展开