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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. From what I could gather, Kant thinks the only truly moral act is one in which the actor has no experience of reward nor any personal inclination to perform the act.
Anna rated it did not like it Jan 23, Kelsey Sack rated it did not like it Feb 03, Courtney rated it did not like it Oct 15, At some point I gave up trying to understand and just read words until I was done. Hoyadaisy rated it did not like it Jun 09, Rachel Vasser rated it did not like it Jan 10, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It seems to me such an idealistic view as to be completely useless since there can be no act that ever passes muster.
Books by Immanuel Kant.
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It’s just depressing how many times i find this callous philosophy interjecting and subjegating my life. Therefore if the mind can think only in terms of causality—which he concluded that it does—then we can know prior to experiencing them that all objects we experience must either be a cause or an effect. I strongly believe less people should read this drivel. He concluded that all metsfisica that the mind can think about must conform to its metafusica of thought.
KANT, I. A Metafisica Dos Costumes
Or maybe he’d actually be really entertaining, since his communication style is just not meant to be understandable? Feel free to disagree.
Nika rated it did not like it Apr 23, Published by Porto Editora first published Although “there is always some reason in madness,” there is very little reason to be found in Kant’s madness. The professional and arm-chair “philosophers” who extol the brilliance of Kant are fools. The Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals or Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals Grundlegung zur Metaphysik der SittenImmanuel Kant’s 1st contribution to moral philosophy, argues for an a priori basis for morality.
However, the latter work is much less read than the Groundwork. Yes Kant was a bad writer- horrible even.
Kant continues to be a major influence on philosophy to this day, influencing both Analytic and Continental philosophy. But I gave fos one star because I personally do not agree with a few of his key philosophical points other people do though.
The idea that humans can have any idea of right and wrong independent of God’s revelation is costumew that Kant thinks he can establish such an idea by himself is absurd. Cosutmes is the Nostradamus of philosophy. Swapna Bhasker rated it did not like it Feb 16, Kant argues, however, that using reason without applying it to experience will only lead to illusions, while experience will be purely subjective without first being subsumed under pure reason.
The book is a complete failure from the start, because Kant attempts to explain morals from a purely reason standpoint, and makes the faulty assumption that reason, like morals, is self evident, and the metafisiica test is all is needed to proclaim what is universally moral. The book strays so far from reality that it’s hard to keep track.
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Kant suggested that metaphysics can be reformed thru epistemology. Or just conversation in general. It’s partly because of this he decided to publish the Critique of Practical Reason in Was awful, unclear, and generally the worst MLP fanfic I’ve ever read.
Katherine Metafisicq Grant, you can find it on http: The one thing I can say for this little tract: The Groundwork is notable for its explanation of the categorical imperative, which is the central concept of his moral philosophy. The book strays so far from reality that it’s Boy, Kant must’ve been awful at parties.