# Kant, infinity and his first antinomy

@inproceedings{Lincoln2013KantIA, title={Kant, infinity and his first antinomy}, author={James William Lincoln}, year={2013} }

Kant’s antinomies skillfully juxtapose two arguments which expose the dangerous propensity for human reasoning to stretch beyond the conditioned and into the transcendental ideas of the unconditional. Kant believes this is a natural process and affirms the limits of pure reason in so much as they should prevent us from believing that we can truly know anything about the unconditional. His first antinomy addresses the possibility that a belief in a beginning in time or that a belief in no… Expand

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