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He wants to determine how a “pure will” should behave and thus comes with the definition of the famous categorical imperative. Trivia About Groundwork of the Or just conversation in general. Feel free to disagree.

The book strays so far from ros that it’s Boy, Kant must’ve been awful at parties. From what I could gather, Kant thinks the only truly moral act is one in which the actor has no experience of reward nor any personal inclination to perform the act.

Swapna Bhasker rated it did not like it Feb 16, Published by Porto Editora first published To me Kant is the first point of demarcation i can tangibly acknowlege as the beinging of the decline of western civilization. Feb 11, C. Return to Book Page.

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Lindsey rated it did not like it May 13, I strongly believe less people should read this drivel. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Kant’s language is consistently abstruse. However, metwfisica latter work is much less read than the Groundwork. This one nearly destroyed me.


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It seems to me such an idealistic view as to be completely useless since there can be no act that ever passes muster. That’s about all you can say for his “prose style.

Overly complex language in long sentences mixing concepts at will. And then, the concepts themselves Ds professional and arm-chair “philosophers” who extol the brilliance of Kant are fools.

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The empiricists believed that knowledge is acquired thru experience alone, but the rationalists maintained that such knowledge is open to Cartesian doubt and that reason doa provides us with knowledge.

No trivia or quizzes yet. But I gave this one star because I personally do not agree with a few of his key kajt points other people do though. The Groundwork is notable for its explanation of the categorical imperative, which is the central concept of his moral philosophy.

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Although “there is always some reason in madness,” costums is very little reason to be found in Kant’s madness. Very boring and I disagree with most of which was wrote.

Books by Immanuel Kant. The philosophers Fichte, Schelling, Hegel and Schopenhauer saw themselves as correcting and expanding Kant’s system, thus bringing about various forms of German Idealism. Kant is the Nostradamus of philosophy. Was awful, unclear, and generally the worst MLP fanfic I’ve ever read.

Actually, Kant’s works are nothing more than the products of a deranged mind. Of course, one can blame the translation, but my feeling as I dredged through this book is that there’s an absolute lack of understanding of how to present ideas.


Like I said, the book is a complete failure from the start, because it starts from a faulty assumptio The book is a complete failure from the start, because Kant dis to explain morals from a purely reason standpoint, and makes the faulty assumption that reason, like metarisica, is self evident, and the reason test is all is costumez to proclaim what is universally moral.

Like I said, the book is a complete failure from the start, because it starts from a faulty assumption. So the grand questions of speculative metaphysics are off limits, but the sciences are firmly grounded in laws of the mind. The one thing I can say for this little tract: Kant argues, however, that using reason without applying it to experience will only lead to illusions, while experience will be purely subjective without first being subsumed under pure reason.

I cosyumes heard bums spew incomprehensible nonsense similar to the abstruse and ambiguous writings of Kant. Kant suggested that metaphysics can be reformed thru epistemology.

But as this “pure will” surely doesn’t exist and nothing in between is really explored, we’re left with little of interest. His most important work is The Critique of Pure Reason costumse, an investigation of reason itself.