what were the views of kant on progress
>>By kule (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:57)
Progress should be slowly achieved. The masses should be allowed the freedom to express themselves in the public sphere, where all could then decide if the opinions were worth implementing. Would this make any sense?
>>By Fressack (Tuesday, 27 Apr 2004 08:49)
Concerning the unity of apperception; from what I have read in the Critique of Pure Reason the unity of apperception is the self-conscious "I". Is this the subjective state that allows the categories to interact with the intuition which in turn allows thought to occur? Is the unity of apperception separate from the categories?
>>By concerningKant (Monday, 26 Jul 2004 06:49)
The unity of apperception derives from the mixure of natural intuition and educated one.
>>By Felina (Monday, 26 Jul 2004 14:56)
There is a book called "Einstein: Opinions and Ideas" which has a great essay of his concerning the several conflicting notions of David Hume and Immanuel Kant.
>>By Hume Ungus (Thursday, 11 Nov 2004 00:12)
kant drives me absolutely insane. . .
he goes into such great detail explaining the nature of the human mind. . .
only to conclude that humans can never know the nature of anything. . .
he was fiercely intelligent. . .but somehow overlooks contradictions of this kind. . .
>>By drowninginflame (Friday, 12 Nov 2004 18:41)
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