Philosophy - Ideas

Immanuel Kant—A Dramatic Introduction In Story, Imagery and Metaphor. Part 1.

By Tim Hull

Tim Hull discusses Immanuel Kant.

Immanuel Kant was an extremely influential German (East Prussian) philosopher. He is famous for his three critiques; Critique of Pure Reason, Critique of Practical Reason and Critique of the Power of Judgement. He synthesised thinking about reason and experience to assert that the mind imposes structures (Categories) to order thought. He also proposed universal laws of ethical behaviour and teleological judgement.

Immanuel Kant—A Dramatic Introduction. Part 2.

By Tim Hull

Tim Hull discusses Immanuel Kant.

Immanuel Kant was an extremely influential German (East Prussian) philosopher. He is famous for his three critiques; Critique of Pure Reason, Critique of Practical Reason and Critique of the Power of Judgement. He synthesised thinking about reason and experience to assert that the mind imposes structures (Categories) to order thought. He also proposed universal laws of ethical behaviour and teleological judgement.

Miracles and Human Misconceptions

By Tim Hull

Tim Hull discusses the relevance of miracles and the human misconceptions that surround their existence.

Postmodern Philosophy and Faith

By Tim Hull, William Lane Craig

Tim Hull and William Lane Craig discuss the significance of postmodern philosophy for theology today.

The Philosophical Thoughts of Immanuel Kant Part 1

By Christopher Insole

Christopher Insole continues his discussion on the philosophical thoughts of Immanuel Kant in this part 1 of 2.

Immanuel Kant was an extremely influential German (East Prussian) philosopher. He is famous for his three critiques; Critique of Pure Reason, Critique of Practical Reason and Critique of the Power of Judgement. He synthesised thinking about reason and experience to assert that the mind imposes structures (Categories) to order thought. He also proposed universal laws of ethical behaviour and teleological judgement.

The Philosophical Thoughts of Immanuel Kant Part 2

By Christopher Insole

Christopher Insole continues his discussion on the philosophical thoughts of Immanuel Kant in this part 2 of 2.

Immanuel Kant was an extremely influential German (East Prussian) philosopher. He is famous for his three critiques; Critique of Pure Reason, Critique of Practical Reason and Critique of the Power of Judgement. He synthesised thinking about reason and experience to assert that the mind imposes structures (Categories) to order thought. He also proposed universal laws of ethical behaviour and teleological judgement.

The Theological and Philosophical Thoughts of Karl Rahner

By Karen Kilby

Karen Kilby discusses the philosophical and theological thoughts of Karl Rahner, a German Jesuit priest and theologian.

Karl Rahner was a German Jesuit priest and theologian. He was greatly influenced by Aquinas and Heidegger, particularly the view that knowledge of the world can only be received through the senses and that the mind draws on this through abstraction to create intellectual knowledge. To do this requires the ability to transcend particular instances and it is in this space that Rahner believes humans move towards God and that grace is present.

Jean-Paul Sartre

By Kate Kirkpatrick

Kate Kirkpatrick discusses Jean-Paul Sartre.

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