Kant's primary aim is to determine the limits and scope of pure reason. That is, he wants to know what reason alone can determine without the help of the senses or... In Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason is a reconstruction of the then predominant school of skeptical empiricism, which typified almost all of seventeenth-century European philosophy from the works of Renee Descartes to George Berkley to David Hume. In Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason he is trying to investigate the origin of human knowledge, which is done by an examination of a priori and a posteriori knowledge.
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