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• negative aspects of classical neural nets• SVM houses and conventional SVM classifier• similar kernelbased studying tools• Use of the "kernel trick" (Mercer Theorem)• LS-SVMs: extending the SVM framework• in the direction of a subsequent new release of universally appropriate models?• the matter of studying and generalization

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Klee, 1996, pp. 96–100). ‘Es ist da etwas eingetroffen, was wir alle noch nicht erblicken’ (cf. Petzet, 1983, p. 158). References Klee, P. (1987), ‘Schöpferische Konfession,’ in Kunst-Lehre. Leipzig: Reclam. —. (1996), Gedichte. Ed. F. Klee. Zürich-Hamburg: Arche Verlag [first published 1960 by Arche Press]. Petzet, H. W. (1983), Auf einen Stern zu gehen. Frankfurt am Main: Societäts-Verlag. Sallis, J. (2000), Force of Imagination: The Sense of the Elemental. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

1964), The Idea of Phenomenology. Trans. William P. Alston and George Nakhnikian. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff. This work is a translation of Husserliana Volume II. Kant, I. (1987), Critique of Judgment. Translated with an Introduction by Werner S. Pluhar. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett. -L. (2005), Étant donné. Essai d’une phénoménologie de la donation, 4th edition. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. Chapter 3 Merleau-Ponty and Kant’s Third Critique : The Beautiful and the Sublime1 Galen A. Johnson It is my contention that Merleau-Ponty is a philosopher of the beautiful and the sublime, though he rarely used those words.

22, p. 89). Aesthetic judgments remain outside the domain of the faculty of the understanding Merleau-Ponty and Kant’s Third Critique 43 and determinate concepts. Therefore, there is no concept to which one can appeal and be assured of universal agreement. With Kant’s notion of the universality and necessity of taste, we have begun at an advanced point in the ‘Analytic of the Beautiful,’ in fact in the ‘Third Moment of the Judgment of Taste,’ and we need to retreat somewhat and proceed more patiently in clarifying how Kant understands aesthetic judgment and the relation among aesthetic and cognitive judgments.

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