A Political Theorist During The Enlightenment Kant 's Ideas About Using Logic And Reason

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As a political theorist during the enlightenment Kant’s ideas about using logic and reason to guide thought. The importance of logic in guiding one’s thought to freedom of expression is vital. That same freedom of expression is especially critical in the ever-changing 21st-century perceptions on the idea of “freedom”. Today the most challenging form of freedoms that is hard to protect is one’s presence on online. Kant’s amendment, “Protects the individual right to property that was created and inspired by original thought and is generated on any online entity”, this will protect intellectual property, the natural/inalienable rights granted to everyone and those who oppose may argue its relevance might cause an uproar because of finding the truest of true origins of thought.
The proposed amendment by Immanuel Kant is as follows, stating that this amendment “Protects the individual right to property that is created and inspired by original thought and is so generated on any online entity” guaranteeing the rights of everyone online to post their original ideas and creations without fear of getting it stolen. This is important because Kant wants there to be happiness and reason at all times so now it will be easier to accomplish these goals. During his time, it was important to act and think based on reason so this will make it easier for those who have ideas and concepts to contribute through various mediums can comply and fulfill their needs online.

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