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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