Kant was a mid-to-late 1700’s┬áscientist and then philosopher who saved science and philosophy, so to speak, with his Critique of Pure reason; Thanks Kant!… that said, unless you are a mega-genius with time on your hands, you should read a┬ásummary of his Tome-like masterwork which took him ten years to create, better yet, just read our factoids on Kant below.

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The Spheres of Human Understanding

All knowledge, all human understanding, can be said to be of four types: physical (empirical), logical (reason), ethical (philosophy in-action), and metaphysical (pure philosophy).

Giving Names to Concepts

To discuss something properly, it helps to name it. That can mean naming a concept, an abstraction of an existing concept, or a theory. Without naming it, it is hard to talk about.

Hume’s Fork Explained

“Hume’s fork” describes how we refer to Kant’s critique of Hume, who separated knowledge into two types: facts based on ideas and facts based on experience.