This article treats of an issue of Kant's metaphysics of perception as a specific sphere where concept of sense perception within transcendental philosophy seems to be rooted into a wider context of metaphysical presuppositions. The text is an epitome of a few Kant's aporias which appear when he does not notice a metaphysical background which constitutes basic relation between subject and object in sense perception.
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