Immanuel Kant was German philosopher who was considered was as the central ideal of the modern philosophy. He kept his argument by considering that human concept is responsible for structuring the world and its law. His thought was influenced in many fields such as metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, political philosophy and aesthetics. One of the things that make Kant's work so difficult is that he was motivated by so many different concerns. Many concepts were taken into consideration by him and all the concepts were leading in a confusion stage. Kant’s major work the Critique of pure reason aimed to move with a different philosophy and thought by avoiding many more confusions in the world. Though puzzling was caused for the creation of confusion with Kant still he tried to explain the real concept behind the creation of world and its laws.
Considering Kant’s argument “Some knowledge is synthetic a prior”, Kant was meant to ask how it is possible for us to acquire knowledge about the world without needing to infer this knowledge from experience. Kant's claim that we can know facts about the empirical world a priori is striking, but as a response to skepticism it may seem a bit odd; it seems that showing the possibility of a posteriori knowledge would be enough to thwart the skeptic without the need of such a dramatic claim (Lewis 1994). Kant's argued that the construction of this word did not happen in automatic process or according to the necessity of human thought. Apart from the world is built with certain rules and laws that are necessary to manage the each and every spice of the world. According to Ka