Post Number:#136 March 22nd, 2011, 11:15 pm
Spectrum wrote:... things cannot exist-in-themselves without any reference to human beings.
That conclusion had been argued by Kant in his Critique of Pure Reason.
Spectrum wrote:Read up Kant's CPR to get an idea of what he is talking about.
Not that I'm 'picking' on you (well yes I am; you're my arch nemesis here, but nonetheless), I just want to give you some advice. And to be fair to Kant, since you've already read up on it, you should probably show us that, by including an example from Kant to go along with what you're typing. You can even keep it short, something along the lines of: "of a noumenon... we can neither say that it is possible nor that it is impossible." or "noumena... have no assignable positive meaning."