The objects of the one are things of sense or phenomena; the objects of the other are noumena.
Aries Tottle's mode, in a word, was based on noumena; Hog's on phenomena.
The only meeting point of different minds is found in the inaccessible domain of the noumena.
Positive science deals only with phenomena, yet you are foolish enough to strive to be ontologists and to deal with noumena.
The difficulty arises from a confusion between the spheres of phenomena and noumena.
This section is, indeed, like the chapter on Phenomena and noumena, wrongly located.
All noumena are there before we arrive at an understanding of them.
Or, in other words, so far as human consciousness is concerned, noumena must be regarded as absolute.
Though it reappears in the chapter on phenomena and noumena, it does so in a passage which Kant excised in the second edition.
Does Mr. Mill really suppose that all noumena are self-existent?
1796, "object of intellectual intuition" (opposed to a phenomenon), term introduced by Kant, from Greek noumenon "that which is perceived," neuter passive present participle of noein "to apprehend, perceive by the mind" (from noos "mind"). With passive suffix -menos.