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Theory of Knowledge
Ethics and Philosophy of Religion
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able accordance with duty according to Kant act from duty act morally right antinomies antithesis applied asserted assertoric began to exist boxes cake categorical imperative cause compound thing conceive consequently Critique of Pure David Hume demands Descartes Descriptive Metaphysics desire emotion or feeling empirical motives event examination experience fact form of intuition formulates God's existence happen holy Hume hypothetical imperative idea illusion of reason IMMANUEL KANT imperatives of skill impossible inference infinite number interest Kant calls Kant expressed Kant thinks Kant thought Kantian language logical constants logical structure maxim means mirror image moral law moral system moral value nature necessarily necessary condition necessary connection Neo-Kantian number of miles objective time-order one's P. F. Strawson paralogisms person philosophic problems presupposition priori form priori law proposition Pure Reason respect or reverence soul structure of reason tence thesis tion tive transcendental unconditioned understanding universal law validity Wittgenstein words world began