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This section features articles from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. The SEP is probably the most comprehensive online philosophy resource. It features in-depth articles on a huge number of philosophical topics, however, it is aimed at an academic audience and may be too detailed and technical for beginners. The IEP is generally more beginner-friendly but is also considered to be less reliable. Wikipedia is also an option, but it is much less reliable than either of these.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Immanuel Kant
- Kant’s Moral Philosophy
- Kant’s Social and Political Philosophy
- Kant’s Account of Reason
- Kant’s Transcendental Idealism
- Kant’s Philosophical Development
- Kant’s Aesthetics and Teleology
- Kant’s Philosophy of Religion
- Kant’s View of the Mind and Consciousness of Self
- Kant and Hume on Morality
- Kant’s Philosophy of Mathematics
- Kant’s Views on Space and Time
- Kant’s Critique of Metaphysics
- Kant’s Theory of Judgment
- Kant and Hume on Causality
- Kant’s Transcendental Arguments
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Immanuel Kant
- Immanuel Kant: Metaphysics
- Immanuel Kant: Aesthetics
- Kant: Philosophy of Mind
- Immanuel Kant: Philosophy of Religion
- Immanuel Kant: Radical Evil
This section features short articles written by professional philosophers and aimed at a general audience. These articles are ideal for anyone looking for a shorter or more beginner-friendly introduction to Kant than the encyclopedia articles listed above.
This section features episodes from leading philosophy podcasts. These are also aimed at a general audience and are a good option for beginners who prefer audio content.
In Our Time
The Partially Examined Life
Short Videos (<30 mins)
This section features short videos aimed at beginners.
BBC Radio 4
Lectures/Longer Videos (>30 mins)
This section features longer videos and lectures.
- The Life & Work of Immanuel Kant
- Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, Robert Paul Wolff Lecture 1
- Modern Philosophy: Immanuel Kant (Playlist)
See this page for course syllabi on Kant.
See this list of the best books on Kant.
This section features online courses on Kant.
- Kant’s Critique of Judgment – JM Bernstein | New School
- Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason – JM Bernstein | New School
- Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason – Dan Robinson | Oxford
- Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason – Richard Dien Winfield | University of Georgia
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