Is the phenomenenal disconnected from the noumenal ... ?
A little humour here for Objectivists, from a shop we spotted down in the south-west of Fiji:
Apparently the world's most destructive philosopher is now at home in Sigotoka, Fiji. To all appearances, he's now the only electrical repairman in the world who works on the premise that the phenomenenal is disconnected from the noumenal.
And I'm sure readers of Leonard Peikoff will appreciate the irony of the swastikas on the door:
NB: If non-Objectivists would care for a brief introduction to Kant, "the single most influential philosopher of modern times," not to say the most destructive, then you might like these articles from the archives on the 'catastrophic spider,' written in response to an anti-Objectivist philosopher: Kant Can't, Kant Couldn't, Kant Didn't, and Kant Really Wasn't -- the first by Lindsay Perigo, and the last three by yours truly.
Or there's always Dagny Taggart's answer to Kant.