Tag Archives: Immanuel Kant

The Paradox of the Categorical Imperative

One of the most important concepts in moral philosophy is the categorical imperative by Immanuel Kant. Its first formulation reads “Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it should become a universal … Continue reading

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UNESCO World Philosophy Day – why in Iran?

Since 2002, UNESCO is holding a World Philosophy Day each year in November. – That’s a nice idea because philosophy is much underrated in public debate. This World Philosophy Day is hosted by a different country each year. – That’s … Continue reading

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