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Sunday Quotes: Enlightenment and 666

Have the courage to use your own understanding. That is the message of Enlightenment.

-Immanuel Kant

*I believe I may have gotten this from World Histoy class in 11th grade. 77 more words

Janusface vs. Kant

Act only according to that maxim whereby you can, at the same time, will that it should become a universal law.
– One of the best-known statements of Immanuel Kant. 162 more words

Philosophy

Is, Ought, Kant, Can: Journey of Gratitude - Day 08

Guiding Thought

I seek only to Love in Unity. Love is Pure in Oneness. Let me Love All including myself in Oneness, that I may Know gratitude as the result of Being Whole in Love. 657 more words

Being

Friday Constitutional: Kant, Immigration, New Orleans and Theodicy

New from Cambridge University Press, Kant’s Construction of Nature:

Through a meticulously close reading of Kant’s work, Stanford philosopher Michael Friedman‘s latest research demonstrates that many scholars have previously underplayed or misunderstood the impact of Isaac Newton’s scientific writings on the eminent philosopher’s thought. 86 more words

Philosophy

Art, Not Social Relevance

In his Critique of Judgement, Immanuel Kant observes that art exists for its own sake, or for the sake of beauty.  He and I are suspicious of art that carries a message.   153 more words

Blog

"Falling in Love with Social Democracy," By Fred Baumann

That a political regime cannot be sustained by principles and institutions alone is something Martha Nussbaum understands. The regime has to be supported by the sentiments of the citizens. 2,408 more words

Essays And Reviews

“If man makes himself a worm he must not complain when he is trodden on.”–Immanuel Kant

Sometimes, others will treat us how we present ourselves to those around us.

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