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Philosophical Morals of KantJade WashingtonPhil 1320.310March 19th, 2018
According to Kant, I think one should be able to provide clear reasons and arguments for their beliefs of human rights through logical analysis. However, we must use moral thinking toprovide clear, distinct reasoning. Therefore, one should be knowledgeable of one’s universal human rights through moral thinking.The main purpose of this article is to explain the study of pure concepts as they relate to moral and physical experience. “Logic can’t have anything empirical about it—it can’t have a part in which universal and necessary laws of thinking are derived from experience. If it did, it wouldn’t be logic.” Therefore, logical thinking comes with experience of which we obtain through the process of axiology. For example, if a person robs a bank and goes to jail this is not moral. We as ethical thinkers should not rob a bank because it is immoral. Kant does not have an end goal as a result he believes our mind makes a moral judgement on our free will. Kant addresses the question “what can I know?” Kant majorly argues, for us to extend our knowledge through metaphysics or judgement. But to answer if it can be explained,
it is that our knowledge is known to be from the science and

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