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Transcript of Immanuel Kant
Epistemology and Metaphysics
by: Alex C, Logan T
Both reason and experience are necessary to understand the world
Kant’s Two Worlds
a priori vs. a posteriori
Analytic vs Synthetic judment
The world of “things in themselves.”
This the the world from which raw sense data originates.
Human beings do not live in this world and have no knowledge of it.
The world of perception.
The world of sense data after it has been organized and structured by the mind’s categories.
This is the world in which humans live and of which they have knowledge.
A posteriori knowledge: knowledge we gain from experience
A priori knowledge: necessary and universal knowledge we have independent of experience comes from human ability to reason, such as knowledge of mathematics