Essay heading: Kants dialectical limitations

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Kant believed that judgments must be made using both reason and experience. He said that he didn?t believe in the possibility of a judgment "to be derived merely from experience, and the necessity represented in them to be imaginary and a mere illusion produced in us by long habit." But he also believed that reason could not be the sole source of our judgment either...
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He also stated that "All cognition of things is merely from pure understanding or pure reason is nothing but sheer illusion and only in experience is there truth." His philosophy explained that only objects of experience are available within our knowledge because all else goes beyond our senses which are our foundations of knowledge...
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