Kant On Synthetic Apriori Knowledge

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In other words once we have, through experience, acquired the necessary ideas and concepts we can know certain truths about those concepts by merely thinking about them, and those truths need no further empirical evidence. A priori truths are true in virtue of the nature of the objects that they are about...
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A priori truths are true in virtue of the nature of the objects that they are about. For Kant, all a priori truths must be necessary or universal in order for them to be a priori (Gardner, 1999). Empirical or a posteriori knowledge originates from experience alone and is dependant on experience for its justification...
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