Kant: A Very Short Introduction Character Descriptions

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Immanuel Kant - This person was a German philosopher from 1724 to 1804.

David Hume - This person was a Scottish philosopher who died in 1776.

Frederick the Great - This person was the King of Prussia.

Rene Descartes - This person was a French philosopher in the 17th century.

Gottfried Leibniz - This person was a 17th and 18th century philosopher whose works represent a Rationalist philosophy.

Isaac Newton - This person was an English physicist.

Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu - This person was a French political theorist.

Aristotle - This person was an ancient Greek philosopher who distinguished between practical and theoretical knowledge.

Plato - This person was an ancient Greek philosopher who placed a significant emphasis on aesthetics.

G.W. Hegel - This person was a German philosopher who was inspired by Kant's ideas.

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