Can't Kant add credibility to our theory of modeling Thinking in fixed categories?

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Kant proposed CATEGORIES of THOUGHT which structure the way we grasp reality.
KOFH adds to this idea by theorizing that these categories are numerically fixed and grouped into in number sets. 
KOFH specifically identifies those categories as 22 in number.

These categories are represented and modeled on the triangles of the KOFH Universal cube and the Lotus Leaf Graphic Organizer. 


Jean-Paul Sartre, 1905-1980, founded his ideas concerning Existentialism upon the basic premise that there is a "void" between ourselves and the world. 
His "Nothingness" focused upon the idea of a veil between what we think "is real," and the actual Reality. The KOFH concept is essentially, that this "veil" is a fixed and rigid "software net."

More simply put, we DO build a model of Reality in our head.

We create an "abstraction" or a complex of mental ideas from the sensory data we receive. ALWAYS, we are deducing that it, the information, means something about what might be "out there." 
But, ALWAYS, it is just in our mind.
What we call Reality is electromagnetic energy hovering around the physical hardware of the brain that creates it.

When what we are thinking corresponds one-to-one with the facts our senses confirm, what we are thinking is Truth.
When what we are thinking does NOT correspond one-to-one with the facts our senses confirm, what we are thinking is Fantasy.