Was Immanuel Kant only interested in the foundations for knowledge of the physical world?

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Chapter The Enlightenment Period

No. In addition to what Kant held to be man’s universal awe for “the starry heavens above,” he addressed “the moral law within” as a subject of practical reason. He also had lasting things to say about the self and belief in God.


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