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Philosophy and the Art of Living: Immanual Kant

This guide is for the students in Dr. Bruce Fraser's Clemente Course in the Humanites.

Course Readings

Fundamental Principles for the Metaphysics of Morals - available to read online or on a mobile device as a Project Gutenberg eBook

More by Immanual Kant

The Critique of Pure Reason - available to read online or on a mobile device as a Project Gutenberg eBook

About Immanual Kant

Immanual Kant was an influential Western philosopher. Like Plato and Aristotle before him, he offered many new thoughts to philosophy which continue to be important to the field today. He was German and lived from 1724-1804. His work Critique of Pure Reason was published in 1781 and was quickly recognized as a revolutionary text.

References

Collinson, D. & Plant, K. (2006). Fifty major philosophers. (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.