Immanuel Kant 's Philosophy On Philosophy

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People were lost. They did not know where and what to follow. Therefore, many philosophers came up with ideas to convince people to live ¨better¨. Rationalism related with the overview of mathematical approaches into philosophy during the period by the major rationalist figures such as Descartes, Leibniz and Spinoza developed people´s way of thinking in many different ways. Rationalism is perspective which engages the rational and deductive reason, an opposite structure from personal experience or teachings as the foundation of knowledge or rationalization. Therefore, the concept of rationalism relies on the knowledge that everyday life has a rational configuration in that all aspects of it can remain through facts and knowledge. Proverbs …show more content…

Kant refused the arguments from the empiricists, and kept his statement of reason itself is organized with practices of gained experience and classifications that provides a phenomenal and rational configuration to any possible item of empirical experience. Kant’s famous statement of this duty says, “Act only according to that maxim by which you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law.”
Lastly, the perception of Romanticism appeared in encounter with the Enlightenment within the society. The concept was too vague. Philosophers indicated human nature as constant being. The concept of Romanticism had also confronted the culture of church because it disagreed with the thought of human intention and the enlightenment. The philosophers of Romanticism argued and stopped certain church movement due to their various types of emotions and inspiration. Romanticism influenced the society in many religious ways. It mainly served for Roman Catholicism through its exterior characteristic. Romanticism also emphasized individualism. When God told the world to serve one another, Romanticism tried to solve the problem alone.
God has allowed freedom of will to all human, yet He specifically stated to live to glorify His name. John 14:13-14 says, and I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14 You may ask me for anything in my name, and I

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