On this episode of the podcast, we discuss Kant’s views on the limits of human knowledge. First, we ask ourselves why we seek knowledge at all and whether there will ever be an endpoint to our search for it. Next, we discuss our human experience of the world in contrast to the world as it actually exists and what limits this imposes on our ability to know. Finally, we learn why Kant believed in god, human souls, and free will, and the important distinction he made between two types of faith-based thinking. All this and more on the latest episode of Philosophize This!
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Additional Stuff For Anyone Interested:
Kant by Stanford: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/kant/
Great Read: https://philosophynow.org/issues/83/David_Hume_at_300
Another interesting read: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/07/opinion/07iht-edzaretsky07.html