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Critique of Pure Reason
"Immmanuel Kant is perhaps the most important philosopher since Plato. His ideas of the process of thought and cognition truly did begin a "Copernican revolution", which is to be still filtered down us today. Please filter along..."
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Who was the philosopher that shook Kant to such a degree, that he was compelled to publish this interesting tome?
What does Kant call the 'pure, original and unchanging consciousness'?
Is there such a thing as the Original Mind in Kant's system, which creates the order of all space and time?
How is "logic" defined as according to Kant?
nothing but symbols with meaningless sounds
Logic is the subjective validation of the reproductive imagination and relational combinatorics, to describe and understand the "objective unity of apperception".
a priori methodologies which strive at perfection
What does Kant refer to as 'intensive magnitudes' and 'extensive magnitudes'?
Experience is the function of perception. Perception is the function of time. What are the three modalities of Time?
duration & feeling & incoporeality
succession & simultaneity & persistence
intransigence & persistence & succession
invisibility & continuity & sympathy
Kant divides the categories of objects into mundus sensibilis and mundus intelligibis. What are these categories better known as?
appearance & levity
sensation & matter
noumena & phenomena
time and space
Kant realizes that reason has a negative utility, namely to govern itself from going beyond its limitations. Reason, then has only one practical use- what is its practical usage?
Questions of morality is tantamount to the function of reason.
The rational concept of the Being is built on "I think". What other philosopher made this concept so familiar?
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Compiled Jun 28 12