A pure concept is by nature independent from any empirical data of sensibility. It presents itself to our soul in a pureness that stretches beyond any physical junctures. How can a pure idea take shape in an object? Contrarily to the tradition that was, an object depends entirely on a subject and abides by its rules. The latter absorbs the former as a means of knowledge. Whatever pureness we receive in return by objects is the same as that we lay into them.