Kant opening the Critique of Pure Reason

That all our knowledge begins with experience there can be no doubt.

And there is a fair bit of stumbling after that until knowledge and experience are united. For example…

I think that if I had started with the knowledge and experience which I now have I might have made a better garden but it would have been far less rewarding.

from Keith Steadman in The Englishman’s Garden edited by Rosemary Verey.

And so for day 844

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