Excerpt from Kant's Inaugural Dissertation of 1770: Translated Into English With an Introduction and Discussion
Uniting these in¿uences with a Christian education than which none better was imaginable, set Kant the scientist, deeming causality a mental law which under no circ... umstances is it permitted to desert, and from which no phenomenon must be excepted, at variance with Kant the moralist, destined to preach to the world the Categorical Imperative of duty, with its implications of freedom and per sonal responsibility. If phenomena are things in them selves, freedom cannot be saved.1 But, for moral actions, freedom must be saved. Hence the necessity for Kant of both a Sensible and an Intelligible world.
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