This ambitious work explores the relationship between Kant's epistemology and his views on the existence of God. The author argues that Kant's philosophy provides a compelling foundation for theism, based on the idea that the human mind is structured in such a way as to make knowledge of God possible. Drawing on a wide range of sources, including Kant's own writings and the works of contemporary theologians, The Kantian Epistemology and Theism is a provocative and insightful contribution to the philosophy of religion.
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