Rationality and Morality
Keywords:rationality, morality, intellect, a priori, phenomenon
AbstractKant’s problem is transcendental knowledge, as absolutely pure knowledge, that is, completely possible a priori. The path of knowledge passes from feeling, through intellect, to reason. Knowledge through the senses corresponds to an aesthetic, which for the time being means a sensitive way of representation, related to the faculty of knowledge. The research of the intellect is provided by an analysis, revealing either the concepts or the principles/judgments. The investigation of reason, this time in a narrow sense, as a faculty of knowledge superior to the intellect, as complex as it is problematic, is guided by dialectics.
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Buda, C. (2020). Rationality and Morality. SCIENTIA MORALITAS - International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research , 5(2), 120-126. Retrieved from http://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/77
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