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Kant's attention to the causality is due to conflicts of processes of objectification in subjective concept of causality. The question has always been along the doubts of philosophers in modern era about the duality of body and soul. Philosophers such as Hume - one of the influential persons on Kant's thought - limited causality in mind in so far as denied the causal necessary relationship in external events. But Kant tried to implement causality in the reality of phenomenal objects, and by the help of experimental analogy, confirmed the necessity of irreversible succession of phenomena. Experimental analogy, the way in which the images of phenomena belong to the possible experience as consecutive relationship, becomes firm and irreversible by a universal and necessary rule. Given the perception form of time in which the possibility of appearance of objects consists and given the filling with time (i.e. it is not possible coming one phenomenon without overtaking previous phenomenon), Kant makes the causality as the invincible relationship.