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|Philosophy of History||
How should we understand our place in history? Are we moving forward, and if so, how and to what? Or should we instead be more concerned to look...
|Philosophy of History, Historicism, Progress, Historicality, Kant, Hegel, Marx, Heidegger, Benjamin, Foucault, Adorno, Nietzsche||view|
|Philosophy of Art||
Art plays a large role in the lives of most people. But what is art? Why do we appreciate it? Is it because we enjoy it, because we learn from it...
|Kant: Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals||
The 'Groundwork' (1785) is Kant’s pioneering text in practical philosophy. It sold out within a year, in spite of its 'frightening title' (Preface...
|Introduction to Ethics||
How should we make our decisions? How can we know what actions are morally right and wrong? This course explores the most important ways in which...
|evil, good, Justice, Kant, moral, rights||view|
|Classics in western philosophy||
Full course with lecture notes, assignments etc.. It introduces Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Hume and Kant, and explores problems relating to mind...
|Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Hume, Kant, Mind, Soul, God, Knowledge, ethics, Good life||view|
|Kant's views on space and time||
Encyclodia article by A. Janiak (2009), which relates to Prolegomena §§6–11.
|Philosophy and the science of human nature||
Full course with audio lectures, assignments, lecture notes, video lectures etc.. Explores western philosophy in relation to recent work in...
|Plato, Aristotle, Happiness, Flourishing, Morality, Justice, Rawls, Nozick, Mill, Kant, Epictetus||view|
|Kant's Moral Philosophy||
The entry on Kant's ethics in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by R. Johnson and A. Cureton (2016).
|Kant Studies Online||
Peer-reviewed, open access journal devoted to research on all aspects of Kant's works.
|Kant, Neo-Kantian philosophy, History of philosophy||view|
|Electronic Edition of Kant's Works||
Electronic version of the 'Akademie Ausgabe' (in German).