On Kant and causation.

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Did Kant think that there is a necessary connection between a particular event and its specific cause that we can detect a priori?  Explain your answer.

(3) Kant has a specific explanation for the fact that mathematics, while a priori, applies to objects of experience, such as bodies.  What is the question that the a priori nature of mathematics raises on this issue, and how does Kant answer it? 


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