Tags » Kant

The Moral Argument - Part Three

This is the third – and final – part of the moral argument series of posts…I promise. Just bear with me for one more rant about the moral argument and then we’ll be done with it and we can move on to the teleological argument. 1,770 more words


Philosophy is Next


Exhausted but Content, after Day One

No more will I dismiss, with haste, the visions which flash and sparkle across my sky; but observe them, approach them, domesticate them, brood on them, and thus draw out of the past, genuine life for the present hour. 298 more words

Immanuel Kant

According to Kant, human beings occupy a special place in creation, and morality can be summed up in an imperative, or ultimate commandment of reason, from which all duties and obligations derive. 871 more words


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, pt. I

Hola Everybody,
I once tried a writing project in which I would take on a range of systemic issues that I labelled the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. 1,446 more words

“A Visible Darkness” by Michael Gregorio

A historical murder mystery set in Prussia in the early 1800s.

Prussian Magistrate, Hanno Stiffeniis is called in by the French authorities to investigate, a gruesome murder of an amber girl. 169 more words

4 Star Review

foundations of citizenship

The ontology of citizenship juxtaposes to the rise of the ‘individual’, the development of the state and nationalism, and the proliferation of the international market economy. 1,641 more words


Kantian Know-Nothings

A thing is a thing
And you know that it’s true,
But a Kantian thing’s
Not so simple to do.

A Kantian thing
Is a thing-in-itself. 58 more words