Hello, Kant argues that space and time are forms of the mind. However, not only the mind, but the body interacts with the world. If I fall off a building, my body will face the spatial consequences, ie injury or death, whether or not my mind has space as a form. How does Kant allow for the body to react to space and time, while believing they are in the mind only? This is assuming that Kant thinks space and time are in the mind only, and not part of the noumenal world. Thank you, Brian

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