The End of a Scandal
We have seen throughout this book that what Kant famously called a scandal to philosophy and to human reason in general1—the thought that the existence of things outside of us must be accepted purely on faith—is the natural consequence of a Cartesian Picture of our epistemological situation, which conceives of human beings as forever locked into an internal ‘mental cage’ (...
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