Kant, Immanuel

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2014)

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Tim Jankowiak
Towson University
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Immanuel Kant Towards the end of his most influential work, Critique of Pure Reason(1781/1787), Kant argues that all philosophy ultimately aims at answering these three questions: “What can I know? What should I do? What may I hope?” The book appeared at the beginning of the most productive period of his career, and by the […].
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