a. What do you know more about than anything else?
b. What are you really good at?
c. What would you like to tell the world that nobody seems to know or care about? d. What do you think everyone should consider doing that nobody seems to do? e. What is the most powerful lesson you have learned recently?
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may think that the thesis is correct because there needs to be a start to the causes and effects. In the second, the thesis as well because due to our scientific experiences and studies, the most simple element we have discovered is the atom and therefore there is probably nothing more simple if we ourselves cannot break it down any further. In the third it would be the thesis as well because we are held accountable for our decisions, meaning there are free causes. Although one might believe that Kant’s critique is unsuccessful because he seems to believe in all theses, morals of our decisions, our reason, and that there is an unmoved mover, his critique is still successful. Although Kant states that the three antinomies are unconditioned, he still has his own beliefs, but what Kant is trying to prove is that these three antinomies are the situations that will never have an explanation. Each individual may naturally believe one over the other, but they will always remain inexplicable. In conclusion Kant’s critique is successful because despite his own personal beliefs (noumenon), he still knows and argues that his antinomies are the subjects in our world which will never be conditioned. Both arguments are valid and although one may believe one over the other, each will never be right or wrong because they are unconditioned. Kant believes that both arguments could be valid so neither is wrong. Therefore, his critique is successful because although most subjects are conditioned, the three antinomies are unconditioned. Kant believes in the reason and morality to our decisions and thoughts, but the three antinomies are the three exceptions to the conditioned. >GET ANSWER