If ‘a priori’ truths exist, why aren’t they obvious?

Some things you know as part of your existence, and provide a building block for further knowledge. Yet if these a priori truths exist, why isn’t it obvious what they are? After all, Philosophers still can’t agree what are reasonable axioms for philosophising.

The answer sheds light on why Philosophers don’t agree on anything, and the current limits of Philosophy.

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