In the eyes of Hegel/Sellars/Brandom, Kant is interpreted as having radicalized the distinction between:
- primary qualities (properties that are truly there)
- secondary qualities (properties that are due to us).
He challenges us to divide the labor:
- what features is the world responsible for?
- what features are we responsible for?
- E.g. the fact our theories are expressed in German/English
This distinction lives in Sellars as the difference between:
- the world in the narrow sense
- the world in the wider sense
- E.g. which includes norms that are only accessible from a participant’s perspective.
Hegel and Brandom think that, even if it was Kant’s idea, that it is a bad idea (but it’s one that Sellars took from Kant).