All that we see
Schelling desires to expand the Kantian project of freedom via Critical Idealism by including emotional and volitional processes in concert with cognition. Broadly speaking, cognition is the mental process of acquiring comprehension and knowledge through the senses, through thought, and through experience as durational succession. The genuine philosopher rebels against being the prisoner of any system.
“Our intelligence, looking for fixity, masks the flow of time by conceiving it as a juxtaposition of ‘instants’ on a line.” – Leon Jacobson