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1. 1858 Kant and the Noumenal/Phenomenal Distinction.

The following will be an analysis of just how Kant reconciles these major aims of the Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics, and these aims can be described in the following terms: This paper will examine the basic tenets of the transcendental aesthetic which lead Kant to arrive at the noumena and phenomena distinction. What will be outlined in the following, are the analytical arguments which go into constructing the claim that all knowledge has for it, objects which are within space, and are within time. Thus, knowledge is determined apriori by the categories of space and time. However, both space and time are not solely rational in terms of their apriori but also empirical. Phrased in different terms, these categories are also empirical. 6 pgs. 9 f/c. 3b.
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2. 1990 Utilitarian versus Kantian Notions of Punishment.

Utilitarians were not so idealistic that they neglected to address the issue of punishment. The notion of a retributive justice, or an eye for an eye, went against Utilitarian principles as it promoted unhappiness rather than happiness. They did, however, accede to the existence of a prison system on two conditions. The first was that by locking the criminal away, future unhappiness might be prevented in that the criminal was incapacitated and could, therefore, commit no more crimes. The second condition was that prisons become facilities for rehabilitation and not punishment, thereby promoting the happiness of the criminal as well as society in general. Kant (1724-1804) defined a philosophical principle known as the Categorical Imperative. Unlike the Utilitarians who believed there was no right or wrong way to do things, only a better way, (i.e--the way which would lead to the greatest happiness for society), Kant believed in a set of rules from which man could not deviate. Moral rules, then, were categorical and not dependent on personal whims or desires. You should not lie under any circumstance. You should help people whether you want to or not. 4 pgs. 0 f/c. 1b.
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3. 2179 The Imitation of God: Anthropomorphism, Theology and the Moral Idea in Kant's Religion Within the Limits of Reason Alone.

Immanuel Kant, in his Religion Within the Limits of Reason Alone, observes that "we create a God for ourselves". This essay will argue that, in this passage as in Religion as a whole, Kant is attempting to find a justification for religious thought and moral behaviour, not in revelation, but in reason. Reinforced by reason, a universal human morality may therefore be agreed upon which is not bound by the limits of culture or individual religious theology. 6 pgs. 14 f/c. 1b.
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4. 2288 Kant and Piaget on the Meaning of Personal Growth.

This paper looks at both these philosophers and how their explorations into the logic of the mind and its relationship to that which we call knowledge or awareness changed the way that perception was understood. Each through their own subjective observations and mental constructs succeeded in bringing greater awareness to the subjective nature of perception both of physical phenomena and moral choices. 10 pgs. 7 f/c. 12b.
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5. 4286 Kant's "Political Writings".

This paper examines Kant's conceptions of right and law as they are discussed in his "Political Writings." The paper discusses Kant's attempts to establish the philosophical principles on which a just world peace can be based, as well as his philosophical legitimization of a democratic form of government that would guarantee the rights of its citizens. 6 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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6. 4287 Kantian Ethics and Prostitution.

This paper discusses Kantian ethics and what they would say about prostitution. The paper argues that Kantian ethics would ruled out prostitution, since a universal code of right and wrong would negate the selling of one's body for profit. 5 pgs. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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7. 9286 Contrasts Between the 'Universal Law' and 'End In Itself' In Kant's "Groundwork for the Metaphysic of Morals".

This paper addresses differences between two versions of the famous categorical imperative in Kant's Groundwork for the Metaphysic of Morals. These formulations deal with the universal/objective and individual/subjective views of moral and ethical actions. There is some discrepancy between what ethical 'results' each formulation delivers, which is discussed in the paper. 7 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.
  • Pages: 7
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  • Filename: 9286 Contrast Universal Kant.doc
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