Analysis of Kant’s “Practical Rational Criticism”

Niansi YANG

Abstract


Kant’s “Practical rational criticism” established the people’s behavior that should be “absolute command”, and highlighted the basic way of human to the kindness. Kant’s research result has a realistic significance: practice is rational; people’s practice is free. But this freedom is based on the premise of moral law; the goal of practical rational goal is to reach the kindness level.


Keywords


Kant; Practical rational criticism; Phenomenon; Intellectuality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5701

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