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Kant, Immanuel - Critique of Pure Reason - The Ultimate Intelligence as First Cause

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Critique of Pure Reason – Transcendental Doctrine of Elements:  Transcendental Logic

The ideal of the Highest Being is therefore, according to these remarks, nothing but a regulative principle of reason, which obliges us to consider all connection in the world as if it arose from an all-sufficient necessary cause, in order to found on it the rule of a unity that is systematic and necessary according to universal laws for the explanation of the world; the ideal does not involve the assertion of an existence [physical existence] necessary in itself.

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Kant, Immanuel

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