Kant | Dominican University College

Kant

Kant's intention was to limit the claims of metaphysics in order to make room for faith. He saw his philosophical efforts as a revolution akin to that of Copernicus. The course will consider Kant's claim that his critique was a "call to reason to undertake anew the most difficult of all its tasks, namely, that of self-knowledge." A close reading of parts of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason and of other major texts will be used as a basis for this consideration.

Credits: 
3
Language: 
English
Faculty: 
Philosophy
Professor: 
Semester: 
Winter
Time: 
Wednesday, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Room Number: 
219
Academic Year: 
2017-18
Level: 
Undergraduate
Course Code: 
DPHY 2334
Program: 
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a minor in Ethics
Bachelor of Arts with a Concentration in Philosophy
Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Philosophy and in Theology
Bachelor of Arts, major in Philosophy & minor in Theology
Bachelor of Philosophy
Bachelor of Philosophy with a minor in Ethics
Certificate in Philosophy
Certificate in Philosophy (Applied Ethics)