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Philosophy

 

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Sherry C

 

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July 7, 2016

 

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There are four types of knowledge that Kant deduced. A priori, which is knowledge that is independent of experience, knowledge which is always true, does not rely on a person to experience it inorder for one to realize that it is true. A priori knowledge are entitled pure when there is "no admixture of anything empirical," (CPR, 43)...
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A priori knowledge are entitled pure when there is "no admixture of anything empirical," (CPR, 43). Kant also states that, "Necessity and universality are sure criteria of apriori knowledge, and are inseparable from once another," (CPR, 44). A posterior knowledge on the other hand is knowledge which is dependent on experience, and requires it inoder to understand it...
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