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Immanuel Kant and David Hume -- The Cause of Events and The Human Soul
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This 5 page report discusses two philosophical propositions: first, every event has a cause; and, second, an immortal soul exists distinct from the body. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) and David Hume (1711-1776) were two of the 18th century Western world’s philosophers who were particularly concerned with issues relating to what is “right” or “good” and what best serves the needs of humankind both collectively and individually. The two separate philosophical propositions may be considered that will allow a greater understanding of the thinking of Hume and Kant Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Immanuel Kant and the Copernican Revolution
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This 20 page paper relates the basic elements of Kant's philosophical perspective, related to his Copernican Revolution, his analytical principles, quantum mechanics, ethics, theory of space and time and his general world view. This paper outlines some of the basic theories of Kant and relates them to the texts of his major works, including his Critique of Pure Reason. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Immanuel Kant's 'Critique Of Pure Reason'
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A 5 page paper that provides an analysis of Kant's work and focuses on the ideal of pure reason as a central development. No additional sources cited.
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Immanuel Kant's Concept of Good Will Analyzed
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A 5 page paper which examines German philosopher Immanuel Kant's good will principle as articulated in his 1785 work, The Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals (also known as The Grounding For the Metaphysics of Morals. Specifically analyzed is why good will is considered to be good, according to Kant, and how it is expressed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Immanuel Kant’s A Priori Knowledge and Time
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This 5 page report discusses Immanuel Kant’s meaning regarding the “two pure forms of sensible intuition” being “a priori knowledge” and “time” as discussed in his Critique of Pure Reason published in 1781. Kant (1724-1804) believed individual thought to be the framework by which the individual was able to determine the appropriate category into which one thought process or pattern would fit over another. One of his first statements in the Critique is that: “In the order of time, therefore, we have no knowledge antecedent to experience, and with experience all our knowledge begins.” This paper looks at what he means by such a ststaement and how it relates to the nature and relaity of space and time. Bibliography lists one source.
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Kant and Hume: A comparison of views on Ethics :
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The study of Ethics is an inquiry into the foundations of values. It is a concern with the eventual outcome of the action and experience of every day life. Ethics is inherently connected with every science : economic, political, religious and spiritual, to name only a few. This 6 page paper argues that Kant's ideas were, in effect, superimposed by the theories presented by Hume. Hume built on the empirical foundation of Kant and added the belief that morality is a consequence of emotion and exceeds the reasoning abilities in scope and function. Despite Kant's opposition to this view of morality, Hume has presented a wider and more comprehensive understanding. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Kant and The Ethics of Choice
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A 5 page paper that investigates significant aspects of intention or consequences on the moral and ethical decisions of individuals. This paper supports Kant's theory that though man may incorporate personal and sometimes selfish considerations into the process of ethical determinations, this does not negate the moral applications of these choices. At the same time, Kant's theories call in to question whether the effects of moral choices, whether good or not, are considered good simply becasue of the intention of the individual making the determination. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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