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Philosophy and Kant

philosophy is a mere idea of a possible science which nowhere exists… we cannot learn philosophy; for where is it, who is in possession of it, and how shall we recognise it? We can only learn to philosophise, that is, to exercise the talent of reason, in accordance with its universal principles… to confirm or reject these principles in their very sources

Immanuel Kant
References

Kant, I. (1929) Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason. Trans. by Smith, N. K. London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd

Philosophy and Kant

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