The Best Quotes by Immanuel Kant (Real Quotes with References)

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This page features a selection of the best quotes Immanuel Kant. All of these quotes are real and references are given after each quote. Here are the best quotes by Kant in no particular order: It has hitherto been assumed that our cognition must conform to the objects; … Let us then make the experiment whether we may not be more successful in metaphysics, if we assume that the objects must conform to our cognition. – Critique of Pure Reason, Preface to the Second Edition Without sensibility no object would …

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The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant: A collection of articles, videos, and podcasts

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This page aims to make learning about the philosophy of Immanuel Kant as easy as possible by bringing together the best articles, podcasts, and videos from across the internet onto one page. To get started, simply choose one of the resources listed below: Encyclopedia Articles 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 …

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The Eight Best Books on or by Immanuel Kant

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From beginner-friendly introductions to classic works by Kant, this page features books  to suit any learning style. It’s important to note that there is no single best book on Kant. The best book for you will depend heavily on your preferred learning style and the amount of time/energy you’re willing to spend reading. For example, if you tend to find classic works of philosophy difficult to understand, you might want to start with a short, beginner-friendly introduction. If you prefer more depth, you can choose a more comprehensive introduction, a …

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Duty and Reason as the Ultimate Principle – a short reading from Kant’s ‘Groundwork’

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Introduction Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) is a towering figure in the history of philosophy. In this passage from The Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals, Kant outlines his conception of the good will, his conception of duty, and how these ideas can be used to form a foundational principle of morality. Reading Nothing can possibly be conceived in the world, or even out of it, which can be called good, without qualification, except a good will. Intelligence, wit, judgement, and the other talents of the mind, however they may be named, …