Immanuel Kant

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influential German idealist philosopher (1724-1804)


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9) Immanuel Kant, Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason, ed.
En el presente libro, Carlos Mendiola realizara una nueva lectura de la filosofia kantiana a la luz de la distincion entre el poder de juzgar determinante y el poder de juzgar reflexionante, "como si en tal distincion Immanuel Kant resumiera su proyecto filosofico" (p.
He visits Boston, Berlin, London and Athens, exploring the philosophies of Immanuel Kant, who didn't believe in killing one person to save others, Jeremy Bentham, who thought the right of one person should be compromised for the sake of the masses, and Aristotle, who believed people should get what they deserved.
The title of Laurent Millet's fourth solo exhibition at this gallery, "The Last Days of Immanuel Kant," may have led some viewers to anticipate a po-faced Conceptual deconstruction of the Critique of Judgment, but the French artist's photographs are surprisingly light and playful affairs, requiring little if any knowledge of eighteenth-century epistemology.
Provided humanity can avoid the many catastrophic perils en route, these market shackles will eventually give way to "planetary hyper-democracy," a global society based on individual freedom and self-determination similar to that written about by the likes of Immanuel Kant and Thomas Jefferson.
Immanuel Kant, Metaphysical Elements of Justice, second edition, trans.
Peter Fenves critically engages immanuel Kant through an original and intriguing reading of the latter's post-critical writings.
who at age 21 had his own academic chair, is today known mostly as the one-time teacher of Immanuel Kant and Johann Georg Hamann.
Both Immanuel Kant and Thomas Jefferson endorsed this view of human nature.
It Was just before midnight on Late Review, most viewers had switched off and gone to bed - and Germaine Greer launched into a rant about the philosopher Immanuel Kant.
It was Immanuel Kant (1724-804) who argued that morality must be autonomous, that is, it must flow from the moral agent "self-legislating,' that is, giving himself law by the judgment of his own reason.
For far too long we have sought to garner excessive profits in the name of those who create great works in the name of incentives, yet Immanuel Kant did not write Critique of Pure Reason because he felt he would enjoy the gains it produced for society.
While Hermann Gunkel saw aesthetic value in the story, Immanuel Kant interpreted it negatively, i.