E. Kant - The Boundaries of Knowledge (Critique of Pure Reason)


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Immanuel or Emanuel #KANT : Immerse yourself in the mind of one of history's greatest #philosophers as we unravel the boundaries of human #knowledge. Discover Kant's revolutionary ideas through the limits of perception and reason.
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key points:
0:02 - Exploring the Limits of Human Knowledge: Introduction to the central theme of the podcast, delving into the boundaries of what we can know.
1:23 - Kant's Pivotal Questions: Highlighting the significance of Emmanuel Kant and his philosophical inquiries.
3:28 - Knowledge Foundation in Perception: Discussing how our understanding is rooted in what we perceive and distinguishing between thinking and knowing.
4:52 - Kant's Call to Stop Speculating: Kant's call for ending speculations about unknowable aspects and the trial of human reason.
5:27 - Kant's Shift from Descartes to Hume's Influence: How Kant's philosophical perspective evolved, influenced by thinkers like Descartes and Hume.
7:27 - Knowledge Relies on Sensible Intuition: Kant's proposition that knowledge is based on sensible intuition or observable phenomena.
9:36 - Distinguishing Phenomenal Reality from Reality Itself: The differentiation between how we perceive the world and reality beyond our perception.
10:21 - The Structural Limit of Knowing Beyond Perception: Exploring the limits of knowledge concerning things we cannot perceive.
11:43 - Knowledge Constrained by Perception's Conditions: Kant's assertion that all knowledge is fundamentally limited by the conditions of perception.
12:43 - The Importance of Space and Time in Perception: The significance of space and time as cognitive parameters shaping our perception of the world.
14:23 - Brief Explanation of "Transcendental Idealism": A concise explanation of "transcendental idealism" in Kant's philosophy.
15:02 - Kant's Uniqueness Regarding the Existence of God: Discussing Kant's distinctive perspective on the existence of God.
15:39 - Limits of Reason in Proving God's Existence: Exploring the limitations of reason in attempting to prove the existence of God.
16:25 - Kant Critiques Descartes' Ontological Argument: Kant's critical examination of Descartes' ontological argument for the existence of God.
17:13 - Kant's Antinomies of Pure Reason and Contradictory Conclusions: Kant's concept of antinomies and how reason can lead to contradictory conclusions.
19:12 - Kant's Exploration of Impossible Knowledge: Kant's examination of the realms of knowledge that are inherently impossible to attain.
19:34 - Conscious Criticism and the Emergence of Epistemology: Introduction to conscious criticism and its role in the birth of epistemology.
20:07 - Introduction of A Priori Forms of Understanding: Kant's introduction of the concept of a priori forms of understanding.
21:36 - Kant's Emphasis on Purely Mental Nature of Mathematical Knowledge: Discussing how Kant views mathematical knowledge as a product of the human mind.
23:01 - Kant Debunks the Illusion of Knowledge Aligning with the World: Kant's revelation that knowledge doesn't align with the world as we might think.
24:21 - Kant's Method Change: Kant's methodological shift, drawing knowledge from the a priori construction of concepts.
25:09 - Kant's Copernican Comparison: Comparing Kant's philosophy to Copernicus' shift in perspective.
25:47 - Kant's Solution for A Priori Knowledge:
➡️ video Description: journey through the limits of perception and reason. Gain a deeper understanding of the constraints that shape our understanding of reality and the implications this holds for our place in the universe.
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