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Transcript of Immanuel Kant
TIME!! transcendental idealism:
the world as a construct Stages of Knowledge:
Sensation --> Perception --> Conception --> Science Enlightment, Moral Duty, Respect, Understanding Moral Law and Duty Kant and Descartes:
Dualism vs transcendental idealism If you murder a person,
is it your hand or
your mind that
committed the crime? If you cleaned the bathroom,
what would be the reason?
a. it was dirty
b. because it needs cleaning
c. you get paid You know that
E = mc², what
stage of knowledge
are you at? According to Kant, why should Amir from The Kite Runner atone for his sins?? Mark won a spelling bee, but he actually misspelled a word. As such, he refuses the award because: A. because this will make him feel better
B. because then other people will respect him more
C. Because he has a duty to his principles to do so categorical imperative: the Context doesn't matter following moral principles=freedom am I a body, soul or a self?? THE END ANY QUESTIONS?? Citations a priori
experience doesn't mean knowledge Josephson, Micheal. "Moral Absolutes and Kant’s Categorical Imperatives." Business Ethics and Leadership. N.p., 28 Dec. 2010. Web. 14 Sept. 2012.
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