June 02, 2011

Philosophy Books Part 3

Biography and Books of Immanuel Kant 

Immanuel Kant was born in Konigsberg Prussia on 22 April 1724. He comes from a poor family but devout. When he was 8 years old, he studies at the gymnasium. By Albert Schult, Kant encouraged to study in the fields of theology, but Kant found pietism is very boring. In 1740 Kant studied theology at the University of Konigsberg. but his attention was more focused on philosophy, science and physics. During in a student,
he's very lack of funds because their parents can not afford it. Kant luckily got a scholarship and worked as a private teacher in a wealthy family for 7 years. On 1755, Kant published the book "Natural History and Theory of the sky" and the complete dissertation: "On Fire" (De Igne). For 15 years became privatdocent in Konigsberg University and in 1770 he was appointed professor. writes and lectures are scheduled regularly. Even his neighbors know exactly when Kant the streets and when Kant went teaching. As Kant at the age of 80 years died on February 12, 1804 in a state of celibacy. the works of Immanuel Kant are the Kritik der Reinen Vernunft (1781), Kritik der Praktischen Vernunft (1790) and Kritik der Urtheilskraft (1790).

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