Tutor profile: Katrina D.
Change this sentence to obtain more imagery. I walked to the beach.
While walking to the beach with a stride that reflected my lazy demeanor after a slow day at work, I noticed that the flowers were blossoming with a purple tint that I haven't witnessed before on this route. As the wind blew through my hair and tickled my neck, this was a refreshing sight to see.
Subject: Basic Math
How would you describe the following situation based upon Kant's original theory of perception? Who is correct in the situation? There was a dog walking in the park but there was no owner in sight. The mother who was observing the situation expressed disdain for the situation, while the accompanied child was jealous of the freedom that the dog had - able to run around with no supervision.
Both observations are correct. According to Kant, an object or what is observed only comes to life based upon the person who is observing. Although the dog isn't an inanimate object, the situation, from where is stands in the question, is subjective. Thus, this makes both parties theoretically correct in their perception.
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