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To determine masses for the satellites of the two outer planets, we have to be more empirical even than we have yet been.
This results in a second defect, namely, that Kant fails to indicate the more empirical features of his new Critical standpoint.
Of the more empirical arts, music is given as an example; this, although affirmed to be necessary to human life, is depreciated.