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12. Knowledge Sources / A. A Priori Knowledge / 10. A Priori as Subjective

[a priori knowledge is the product of individual minds-]

7 ideas
The mind cannot produce simple ideas [Locke]
A priori the understanding can only anticipate possible experiences [Kant]
A priori intuition of objects is only possible by containing the form of my sensibility [Kant]
Logic is a priori because we cannot think illogically [Wittgenstein]
We have some self-knowledge a priori, such as knowledge of our own existence [Kitcher]
A priori knowledge (e.g. classical logic) may derive from the innate structure of our minds [Horwich]
Maybe imagination is the source of a priori justification [Casullo]