Kant, Immanuel - Critique of Pure Reason - On the 5 senses
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
A Critique of pure reason – Immanuel Kant
What may be the nature of objects considered as things in themselves and without reference to the receptivity of our sensibility is quite unknown to us. We know nothing more than our own mode of perceiving them, which is peculiar to us and which though not of necessity pertaining to every animated being, is so to the whole human race.
Supposing that we should carry our empirical intuition even to the very highest degree of clearness we should not thereby advance one step nearer to the constitution of objects as things in themselves.