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|Named Person:||Immanuel Kant|
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Kant's definitions of thing in itself vary so much, that the term can be understood in very different ways, but none of them is compatible with basic premises Kant's theoretical philosophy. It seems that Kant succeed to solve this impasse not earlier than in his last but unpublished work Opus postumum.