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Actually, Kant’s works are nothing more than the products of a deranged mind. So the grand questions of speculative metaphysics are do limits, but the sciences are firmly grounded in laws of the mind. Books by Immanuel Kant.

He wants to determine how a “pure will” should behave and thus comes with the definition of the famous categorical imperative.

When the author himself says his material is pointless, xostumes must really be pointless. The professional and arm-chair “philosophers” who extol the brilliance of Kant are fools. But I gave this one star because I personally do not agree with a few of his key philosophical points other people do though.

Here’s the problem, if reason dictates that some races are more inferior than others, then the Holocaust is morally acceptable. Matthew rated it did not like it Apr 15, Katherine Hi Grant, you can find it on http: Therefore if the mind can think only in terms of causality—which he concluded that metaifsica does—then we can know prior to experiencing them that all objects costumees experience must either be a cause or an effect.


That’s about all you can say for his “prose style.

A metafísica dos costumes – Immanuel Kant – Google Books

At some point I gave up trying to understand and just read words until I was done. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want kkant read.

The one thing I can say for this little tract: Courtney rated it did not like it Oct 15, The book is a complete failure from the start, because Kant attempts to explain morals from a purely reason standpoint, and makes the faulty assumption that reason, like morals, is self evident, and the reason test is all is needed to proclaim what is universally moral.

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He asked if an object can be known to have certain properties prior to the experience of that object. Many claim that Kant’s works are filled with insights. View all 4 comments. Published by Metafisca Editora first published Or maybe he’d actually be really entertaining, since his communication style is just not meant to be understandable? Yes Kant was a bad writer- horrible even.

KANT, I. A Metafisica Dos Costumes

Very boring and I disagree with most of which was wrote. The philosophers Fichte, Schelling, Hegel and Schopenhauer saw themselves as correcting and expanding Kant’s system, thus bringing about various forms of German Idealism.


His most important work is The Critique of Pure Reasonan investigation of reason itself. Overly complex language in long sentences mixing concepts at will.

Kant is the Nostradamus of philosophy. That’s not really a point in Kant’s favor, either; just proof that his quest was foolish, and his writing less than clear.

Trivia About Groundwork of the 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.

He concluded that all objects that the mind can think about must conform to its manner of thought.

Fundamentação da metafísica dos costumes

The book strays so far from reality that it’s Boy, Kant must’ve been awful at parties. But as this “pure will” surely doesn’t exist and nothing in between is kajt explored, we’re left with little of interest. I have heard bums spew incomprehensible nonsense similar to the abstruse and ambiguous writings of Kant.