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Immanuel Kant was a German Enlightenment philosopher.

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means) The Categorical Imperative only gives us the criteria to check whether an act has moral worth (whether X is the right thing). However, I fail to find where Kant addresses the motivation or …
asked Nov 14 '13 by Shuhao Cao
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Relevant question: What was the impact of the discovery of non-euclidean geometry on Kantian thought? First question is that I wonder: Had Kant ever got his hands on some treatises about the …
asked Jul 25 '13 by Shuhao Cao
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If my interpretation is correct, Kant argued in the Critique of pure reason and Prolegomena that: The existence of an external world guarantees that we can intuit, conceive, etc internally …
asked Jul 18 '13 by Shuhao Cao
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Philosophy.SE, this is my first time being here, hence please pardon my inexperience of phrasing the question. I was discussing the moral philosophy of Kant vs the moral philosophy of the Christian … universality argument circumvents this question. Have Kant ever defined "morally good" anywhere in his works? Thanks in advance. …
asked Mar 30 '12 by Shuhao Cao