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PHIL 367 - Lecture #3 (Jan. 13th)

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Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHIL 367
Professor
Susan Judith Hoffmann

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Jan 13Kant founder of German Idealism believes Empiricism Hume leads to Skepticism and that the Rationalists Descartes possess a dogmatic brand of metaphysics Dismissive of the notion that the human mind has direct access to the nature of the world as itself the neumenal world Plato we cant have knowledge of the world as it appears to us at all all is illusory Intellectual intuition direct access to the object of knowledge for Kant is impossible Instead Kant believes that one must curb and critique reasons ambition to gain metaphysical knowledge of the world Before Kant philosophers tend to argue that truthknowledge is attained when ideas correspond to objects in the world and the world is conceived of as simply there regardless of ones experience with it World being completely independent of the viewersubject Problem one has to compare the idea of the w
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