Rationalism proposed by Kant

"Kant, a rationalist, believed that humans possessed innate, inborn knowledge. In other words, the conditions necessary for thought existed a priori. Kant believed in an interaction between sensory information and categories of thought (Hergenhahn, 2009)." Dr. Matthew what is an argument that you could develop that counters Kant's observation and that does not rely on Locke's perspective? Use just current research. [200 plus word count. In text, citation required and 2 sources needed. Write in 3rd person scholarly writing. No quotes please.] This is a personally developed question not an assignment or home work.