Op jarige stelde Kant zich de opgave het ultieme antwoord te geven op drie vragen: 1. Wat kan ik weten? Wat moet ik doen? Waarop mag ik hopen? Pas elf jaar later zou het antwoord volgen, dat een aardverschuiving in de filosofie teweegbracht.
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Shelves: filosofi , politikk , annet Karakteren er ikke den som etteraper, hermer eller provoserer, men den som holder seg fast ved grunnsetninger, prinsipper og moral - det gode mennesket er det etiske mennesket. Siden reglene tar utgangspunkt ifra menneskets fornuftige universal dvs. He admittedly see his letters publish the critiques to share with the world the point which he had arrived so far when he published Unfortunately, many great thinkers composed their works on a presupposition: writing skills are not important: the best exposition will merely follow from the understanding of what is concerned by it.
He admittedly see his letters publish the critiques to share with the world the point which he had arrived so far when he published them because he was fearing his works will fall into oblivion- or, if you like: he was then feeling ready to deal with the academical debate on the subject of the three critiques under the consideration that his system was the most solid among his contemporaries.
But the Critiques are more an experiment than a clear presentation of results. The thematic unity of the first critique contributed to a coherency which is to be developed on the basis of it, rather than actually to be found in it. The first edition is a recollection of paragraphs meditated many years and finally connected together, not written linearly, not Rewritten linearly on the basis of the paragraphs except for the aesthetics.
The second critique is full of insufficiently justified statements or it is a work for a reader yet ready to accept the reasonings there contained because of the accord on what is to be demonstrated in it.
The third is like a car race: after a while Kant makes a book out of repeating the same thoughts many times. This man is the truest thinker I ever read, most worthy of respect for his effort to let others think by themselves, and for the discipline, earnestness and never trivial or sluggish behavior toward the gift to be most grateful of: reason.
This is a must read, and a book to be kept, and reread from time to time. Even the inexactness there contained, and the oldness of the writing do not affect the sharp beneficial influence one get while getting acquainted with such a way of thinking.
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