|Kant's Thoughts On Reality
Kant concedes Hume's point that we can know nothing metaphysical of reality in itself, apart from its appearances in our phenomenal experience, he leaves open the path of our rational speculation, regarding it as having inquisitive or regulative value in guiding further thought and action. Other than this Kant does not talk much about reality.
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