Immanuel Kant

"Only by means of critique can we cut off, at the very root, materialism, fatalism, atheism, freethinking lack of faith, fanaticism, and superstition, which can become harmful universally; and finally, also idealism and skepticism, which are dangerous mainly to the schools, and cannot easily cross over to the public"
-- Critik der reinen Vernunft, Pluhar translation

Local Resources

UC Davis Philosophy 175, Kant, Course Home Page

Kant's Predecessors

Kant's Critics

Kant Lexicon

Remote Resources

North American Kant Society

Marburg Kant-Archive

Steven Palmquist's Kant Site

On-line edition of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason

Lawrence M. Hinman's Kant's Ethics Site

Other Information

History of Updates

G. J. Mattey's Home Page

Philosophy 22: Seventeenth Century Philosophy

Philosophy 23: Eighteenth Century Philosophy

Philosophy 151 : Nineteenth Century Philosophy

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Author: G. J. Mattey

UC Davis Philosophy Department

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