Domain of the real
For Schelling, primordial knowledge itself is equivalent to intellectual intuition. Such knowledge is identical with its object, as the subject becomes aware of itself. Pure space and time are not perceived in the ordinary consciousness, but are rather grasped through intellectual intuition in the unconsciousness.
“We do not act because we know, but we know because we are destined for action; practical reason is the root of all reason.” – Johann Gottlieb Fichte