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Document Visualising the Groundwork

The results of the first two visualisation projects.

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Document GMS III: Proving that the CI is Possible

A guide that visualises the proportional length of Kant's sections and paragraphs, and the frequency of selected key terms.

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Document Ethics and natural philosophy in the public representation of the scientific experiment: A reading of Wright of Derby’s An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump (1768) in the light of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818), Christophe Boucherie

Joseph Wright of Derby’s painting of the Air Pump has often been described as a representation of the scientific enquiry and natural philosophy of...

Mary Shelley, ethics view
Document Duty, Will, Obligation, and Imperatives

Some notes that lead up to studying GMS II 412.26–414.11 (¶¶12–5).

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Document Reading the Second Section

The third coursework sheet: questions and some background information relating to GMS II (406–45).

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Document Reading the First Section

The second coursework sheet: questions and some background information relating to GMS I (393–405).

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Document More on Imperatives

Information about Kant's derivation of the categorical imperative FUL/FLN in GMS II, including a list of exemplary maxims.

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Document Moving on to GMS III

The revised (corrected) version of the four-page notes for GMS III, §§1–4.

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Document Course Overview

Notes about the schedule, translations, coursework, and rescources.

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Document The Preface

Selective notes about the Preface of GMS.

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