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It teaches – though we have yet to explore this point – that the nature of a divine being cannot be given in appearance, and thus that there is special force in assertion that we cannot comprehend its nature. The necessary being which the argument from contingency shows to exist will be one whose real definition/essence guarantees its existence. If such a being exists, then reality will be such that it satisfies the principle of sufficient reason where that is understood as a metaphysical principle.
As noted in Chapter 1, Kant has his own way of using general metaphysics to support special metaphysics. The Copernican revolution allows reason to be free to make demands on the world – since, while the scope of the deliverances of the understanding is severely limited, they do assure us that any world we can have experience of must have some order to it. Reason demands investigation of the world (and the living of the moral life) under the guidance of the Ideas of Reason, including God, and the Critical Philosophy assures us that those demands can be catered for without fear of contradiction.
The Kantian response immediately above is contained in Bennett’s radical criticism of the argument from contingency. If the proof in its guise as the argument 34 Kant on God from contingency leaves ‘God exists’ as a contingent truth, then it leaves one brute, contingent fact as without a sufficient explanation. The principle of sufficient reason, which we have seen from the Only Possible Ground (2:158) Kant is fully aware is operative in the argument from contingency, will then not be satisfied.