If In this book, he discusses how the knowledge

              If we review the history of
Philosophy, we will see that there is no branch of philosophy where there is no
light of discussion of knowledge related problems. In both Oriental and Western
issues, knowledge related problems have been discussed, and efforts to solve
that problem have been presented in different ways. Kant’s famous book
‘Critique of Pure Reason’ is a unique book about epistemology. In this book, he
discusses how the knowledge originated, how his personality, the material, the
belief or the origin of the concept are discussed. He called them problems
related to knowledge. Demonstrating the problem of Kant’s knowledge and his
attempt to solve the fundamentality’s in modern Western philosophy. But no
philosopher can ignore his immediate past philosophers. His fundamentality is
based on his contemporaneous or immediate preconceived thinking, he expresses
himself. We also look at the same subject for Kant. There is no doubt about the
fact that he started a new thought in the philosophical world, but the
fundamental of his philosophy is that the gift of his philosophers to the
foregoing is undeniable. We get the identity of the two preceding Kant, that is
empiricism and rationalism. According to the Rationalism, the reason is the
source of all our knowledge and Empiricists believe that the source of our
knowledge is the sensory experience. Kant noticed that the dispute over
empiricism and intellectualism has not been finalized. The question arises in
Kant’s mind that our knowledge is only available from the experience Whether or
not It is obtained from Reason. They were more inclined to support the
propagated doctrine of their own philosophy community than to the correct
answer. As a result, there was no coordination between two philosophical
doctrines. Before Kant, the influence of rational philosopher Leibnitz in
Germany was high. Leibnitz and his disciple Wolff, the majority of the texts in
which Philosophical texts were given in the various Universities of that time.  Leibniz was the founder of the fundamental thought
and Woolf was the only commentator. Initially, there were supporters of Leibnitz
and Wolf. According to Leibniz, we cannot get the knowledge that we get through
intelligence, in the sense of senses.