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[I'm sorry for my incorrect English] Hello, I studied the Critique of Judgment of Immanule Kant, and I don't understand, how Kant solve the problem of the difference between Critique of Pure Reason and Critique of Practical Reason (phenomenon/noumenon, understanding/reason, determinism/freedom). if it doesn't bother you, can someone help me?

  • Too many questions all at once for me. How about sticking to the one in the title? – PeterJ Mar 10 at 12:20
  • Sorry, I don't understand, I made only one question. – mklplo Mar 10 at 13:17
  • You ask also about phenomenon/noumenon, understanding/reason and determinism/freedom. I would suggest just sticking to the first pair. . – PeterJ Mar 10 at 13:24
  • Ok, I thought, that when Kant answered in the Critique of Judgment at the first question, he answered at all those question. – mklplo Mar 10 at 13:38
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    You might be right, but it makes life difficult for anyone trying to answer. Or maybe it's just me. Let's see what other say.. – PeterJ Mar 10 at 13:43

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