I am, however, a real thing, and really existent; but what thing?
Kant and the Critique of Pure Reason Rome, 1986 Kant, I.
In Rabindranath Tagore’s text The Post Office, how text operates beyond a literal level is clear from the text’s depiction of the detail that what opens the doors of reason that hold people in is the undying and free spirit and imagination of a...
Immanuel Kant was a follower of Deontology, or duty ethics.
Contemporary Spanish philosopher Xavier Zubiri (1893-1983) has examined both and identified three underlying errors: (1) the failure to recognize that there are three stages of human intellection, and especially that the first, primordial apprehension, has quite unique characteristics; (2) the attempt to place an excessive burden on the content of impressions while ignoring what Zubiri terms their 'formality of reality'; and (3) the failure to recognize that functionality, not causality, is the basis for most of our kn...
Kant's Critique of Pure Reason - New York University
At this point, unable to avoid the feeling of inadequacy with this, I wishthat I were making up this theory in order to set up a straw man, and that Kantreally had a more convincing defense of freedom, but this is what he says. Ishall evaluate it below, in section III.
Kant's Critique of Pure Reason ..
The monumental () (1781, 1787)fully spells out the conditions for mathematical, scientific, and metaphysical knowledge in its "Transcendental Aesthetic," "Transcendental Analytic," and "Transcendental Dialectic,"but Kant found it helpful to offer a less technical exposition of the same themes in the() (1783).