Lecture 11 Kant II - Lecture 11: Immanuel Kant, Part II...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/27/09 Lecture 11: Immanuel Kant, Part II INTA 2030: Ethics and International Affairs 6/29/2009
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7/27/09 Midterm Exam
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Click icon to add picture 7/27/09 Why does Kant write that the achievement of a universal civil society is the hardest problem to solve? A: Because humans have no need of a master B: Because humans have a tendency to except themselves from laws, making all laws worthless C: Because humans would require a supreme guarantor who would be just, and yet human D: Because rational humans cannot be led by anyone
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7/27/09 What is Enlightenment? Enlightenment is the emergence of humans from their self-imposed immaturity Immaturity is self-imposed by humans when we lack the courage to use our understanding without guidance from another If the public is allowed freedom, it will almost inevitably enlighten itself Freedom is to be understood here as the room to use
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7/27/09 Are We Enlightened? To be enlightened we would be able to see
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Lecture 11 Kant II - Lecture 11: Immanuel Kant, Part II...

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