Human Skepticism is based on his assertion that all reasoning about cause and effect are based in
experience of matters of fact only, and that thus, there is no possible a priori insight into the connection of
cause to effect.
(2) Then, critically address this question: Is Kant a skeptic?
If so, you must show how on the basis of the Critique Kant limits all possible experience to appearance, (to the
forms of Space and Time as well as Cause and Effect) and how we cannot know the Thing itself which lies
beyond that limit.
If not, you must show how on the basis of the Critique Kant defeats Hume by proving that we can have a priori
necessary knowledge of appearances (based on the forms of Space and Time as well as the unity of
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