This book examines the core components of Immanuel Kant’s unique and revolutionary philosophy, Transcendental Idealism. In it the reader will discover concise yet thorough descriptions of the most important aspects of Kantianism, including such topics as:
•The limits of theoretical knowledge
•Kant’s Copernican Revolution
•The distinction between the phenomenal and the noumenal
•The antinomies and dialectical logic
•Synthetic a priori knowledge
•Kantian ethics (deontology)
•The Categorical Imperative
•Kant’s ideas on free will, the immortality of the soul, and the existence of God.
A brief biography of the life of Immanuel Kant is also included in the book.