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Biography of Immanuel Kant and his contribution to the study of Business Ethics. Immanuel Kant was born in Konigsberg, East Prussia on April 22, 1724. He went to Collegiums Fredericianum at age eight. It was a Latin school where taught primarily classicism. His family belonged to a Protestant religious group of Pietists that was a German religious movement which believed in religious experience and biblical study. He concerned that religious touched every aspect of his life, so he became a critical of formal religious. Kant went to the University of Konigsberg where studied philosophy, mathematics and physics. His father’s death affected him a lot in his professional life due to lack of money. He had to leave the University and continued as a private tutor in order to have enough money for being able to continue his career. During that time, he published a lot of paper about scientific questions. One of the most important papers
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Unformatted text preview: was the General Natural History and Theory of the Heavens. Kant taught sciences and mathematics at the University for 15 years. He dedicated all his life in writing and lecturing about religion, philosophy, sciences and so on. He achieved the professorship at Konigsberg in 1770 due to many papers that published about different topic. He was and individual epistemology that examined the basis of human knowledge and it limits. In 1781, He had his fist edition that was Critique of Pure Reason in which he discussed about human knowledge. Another edition that he published was The Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Ethics which he explained about the fundamental authority for morality. Kan was never married in his life, and he rarely socialized with other people. His life was dedicated to his studies and develops his ideas....
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