BOOK II: THE DIALECTICAL INFERENCES OF PURE REASON
Chapter III: THE IDEAL OF PURE REASON
Section 1: THE IDEAL IN GENERAL (p. 485)
Section 2: THE TRANSCENDENTAL IDEAL (p. 487)
THEREFORE: Nothing is an object for us unless it presupposes the sum of all empirical reality as the condition of its possibility.
Forward to Section 3: The Arguments of Speculative Reason in Proof of the Existence of a Supreme Being
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