Why Kant and Hume are Idiots We all Want to Respect to Convince Ourselves We are Sophisticated, but Know are Disgusting

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Why Kant and Hume are Idiots We all Want to Respect to Convince Ourselves We are Sophisticated, but Know are Disgusting

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Mon Feb 04, 2019 7:36 pm

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1. Kant: All Cause is A priori Knowledge where a posteriori Knowledge is effect.

"The Latin phrases a priori (lit. "from the earlier") and a posteriori (lit. "from the latter")"
https://www.bing.com/search?q=apriori+k ... 22A333F7F2

Pure reason, or thought, is A priori.

Problem: Hence thought as cause leads to effect, but effect itself is a cause; hence all phenomena maintain a constant degree of a priori knowledge and thought and empirically defined phenomena are not entirely seperate.

Considering thought can be independent of sensory data, according to Kant, a contradiction occurs in the respect sensory data effectively is intertwined with thought.

2. Hume: Everything is empirical, but empiricism has no cause and we are led to idea.

He split Causation, into two realms “All the objects of human reason or enquiry may naturally be divided into two kinds, to wit, Relations of Ideas, and Matters of Fact”.[82]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hume

The problem is that the divergence, or division of cause, to effectively give definition to "cause"...it in itself a cause and it cycles back to Kant.



3. Kant/Hume represent a divergence from a dual platonic/Aristotelian dialogue, and as such are merely variations of time.





The problem is that all empirical phenomena and abstract phenomena stem from point space:

1. Empirically all sense is determined not just by a point of contact but effectively observing a single point and watching reality variate through it.

2. Abstractly all sense results in the same "point of origin" where even a "blank mind" or an observation of "infinity" is an observation of point space as "boundlessness".

3. Empirical and Abstract "sensing", where all sensing is a process of definition, effectively originates in point space and as such Kant/Hume are simultaneously right but wrong on there own accords.

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