"The philosopher Immanuel Kant's treatment of human knowledge had a special role for geometry. It was his prime example of synthetic a priori knowledge; not derived from the senses nor deduced through logic - our knowledge of space was a truth that we were born with."
That doesn't sound like a pragmatic appeal to observation.
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