Immanuel Kant On Human Nature

Immanuel Kant’s philosophical views of human nature and the ethical systems that govern human actions are primarily summed up in his composition of the “Categorical Imperative. ” By his own logic, Kant attempted to describe the mechanics of nature and the morality of mankind. As Mitchell states: Indeed, as Kant showed us, the world appears … Read more

Essay about Sea Battle Fatalism

Suppose there will be a sea battle at a certain point in the future or there will not be a sea battle at that point in the future. Only one of those propositions can be true and the other one is therefore false. Whichever happens to be true, will always be true that it will … Read more