Objects & Places from Kant: A Very Short Introduction

Roger Scruton
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Koenigsberg

This place was Kant's birthplace.

University of Koenigsberg

This is the place where Kant taught for his entire academic career.

Rationalism

This is the philosophical school which believes the world can be known through the exercise of reason alone.

Empiricism

This is the philosophical school which denies that reason is capable of knowing the world.

Phenomena

These are the objects of experience.

Noumena

These are objects in themselves that Kant said it is impossible to know anything about.

Categorical Imperative

This is the basis for Kantian ethics.

Free Play

This is the process by which the understanding contemplates an aesthetic object.

The Enlightenment

This was a political and philosophical movement in the 18th century.

Republicanism

Kant believed that this was the ideal form of government.

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