Immanuel Kant VII. – Tribunal

Where we left Kant in the last Critique, he was explicitly denying the power of a human being to come to knowledge of God, the nature of the soul, the nature of all of existence, and so on, by means of both empirical experience and ratiocination. These topics and any deriving from them are our…

Immanuel Kant IV. – Kalam-Kant

Kant has thus far introduced, in detail, the faculty of sensibility, and its attendant form or rule which is time and space. Sensibility is the faculty that provides us with intuitions and and its representations must be ordered temporally and spatially. Now we will turn the lens upon the understanding. The understanding is that which…

Immanuel Kant III. – Forced March

The second important concern of our transcendental aesthetic is that it not merely earn some favor as a plausible hypothesis, but that it be as certain and indubitable as can ever be demanded of a theory that is to serve as an organon. -Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason It is likely that as the…