|Jody Allen Gomez's Post #42 is precisely what I expected from him -- utterly clueless, not just about Kant, but about how to think philosophically.|
Instance: I wrote of "...the way reality is, irrespective of the perspective or context of any particular observer," and noted that our senses can tell us nothing about that. Gomez replied:
"So in other words, we can never know reality, and our knowledge of it is merely subjective?"
This is pathetic. Kant never said anything was "subjective," and neither did I.
Instance: "If you(or Kant) vitiate our senses," intones Gomez, "then you ipso facto vitiate our reason."
This is pathetic. Kant never "vitiated" anything, and neither did I.
If Gomez's reading comprehension is this poor, I'd suggest he devote himself to something other than philosophy -- sales, maybe.