In 1791, Kant received a letter from Maria Von Herbert, an Austrian disciple of his philosophy. She wrote to him asking for advice on dealing with a recent heartbreak, a heartbreak so severe that she contemplated taking her own life until realizing that it would be against Kant’s work.
In West Konigsberg, born and raised, in a dogmatic slumber is where I spent most of my days.
Do humans operate like computers? Are you predestined to never beat Contra? Maybe. Or, for Kant, not at all. This video, from the new series 8-Bit Philosophy, takes on the question from a Kantian perspective.
Watch the philosophy of Immanuel Kant explained in this three minute video.
A debate about the Enlightenment-era philosopher ends with one Russian man being hospitalized.
A clip from comedians Monthy Python gets really smart.
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