I came across this phrase in David Kelleyís Evidence and Justification. I have only begun to scratch the surface on Kant so Iím in need of some assistance in order to grasp what is meant by this phrase. From my current level of understanding, Kant argued that in order to know something there must be the external world acting on the senses but also a set of a priori conceptual categories into which the mind automatically places the objects of awareness. Is this what is meant?Thanks.
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