If you teach high school or undergraduate philosophy, there is a good chance that you will devote a bit of time to. To make your life easier, I have recently finished a 30-slide PointPoint presentation that is aesthetically pleasing, well-organized, and covers the main points of his theory. 54 more words
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The Epistemological and Ethical Functions of Kant’s Binary and Foucault’s Critique of Critique of the Binary
In Kant’s Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals, Kant famously posits his categorical imperative, asserting that rationality must be respected in itself, for its own sake. 4,793 more words
Here’s an article from Slate’s Jamelle Bouie.
I always laugh at Right-leaning thinkers that call themselves “thought criminals” or “rebels” by upholding “classical liberalism”. I don’t know how defending the works of dead white guys that have dominated intellectual thought for over 300 years can be considered “rebellious”. 235 more words
1. The Prolegomena begins with Kant asking his central question that all future metaphysicians will have to answer, that is, is metaphysics as a science possible? 2,424 more words