Kant's Views On The Elements Of Reasoning And Understanding

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DI #7 (Kant) Kant claims that humans try to combine all their knowledge into a consistent and unified system for reasoning and understanding. Kant develops on the elements of reasoning and understanding by referring to hypothetical and categorical imperatives. Hypothetical imperatives are an individuals actions done through a certain sequence in order to achieve something. For example, if an individual wants to get their Associates degree before graduating from Bakersfield College, he or she must understand, it is mandatory to pass at least 60 units of classes to get a degree. Categorical imperatives are doing certain actions due to an individual's "pure" practical reasoning, even if the action does not satisfy his or her desires. For instance,
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