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Two things fill the mind

“Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe, the more often and steadily we reflect upon them.

The starry heavens above me and the moral law within me.”

~ Immanuel Kant

A hard path to walk that leads to any place and to no place

Immanuel Kant wrote:

Reason must in all its undertakings subject itself to criticism; should it limit freedom of criticism by any prohibition, it must harm itself, drawing upon itself a damaging suspicion.

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Cultural Observation: Oh, Kant, You So Crazy

“ Kant may well have gone too far with his qualification that beauty refers only to what “serves no use,” and may have discredited at least architecture.” -Abraham Kuyper, … 15 more words

Revolutions in Philosophy

In the 18th century the German philosopher Immanuel Kant caused a big shift in philosophical thinking – so much so that people have called it a “philosophical revolution.” 1,026 more words


Opening speech to Abstract Pleasures

Hello and welcome to GiG Munich’s autumn exhibition coinciding with the Open Art Weekend 2016, ‘Abstract Pleasures,’ featuring new site specific sculptural work by Kathrin Partelli and a selection from the photographic series, … 803 more words

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