Kant

Kant has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews // News' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Kant was highly popular in October, 2016.

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LD Mar/Apr 2017 - The Right to Housing - Negative Position

[...] my claim to a right imparts a moral duty upon others to grant my right. Velasquez, et al (2014): Kant maintained that each of us has a worth or a dignity that must be respected. This dignity makes it [...]

everydaydebate.blogspot.com

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LD Mar/Apr 2017 - The Right to Housing - Affirmative Position

[...] debate. Philosophically, we can consider the works of John Rawls' Veil of Ignorance or Immanuel Kant and his Categorical Imperative. Velasquez, et al (2014): Kant's principle is also often used to [...]

everydaydebate.blogspot.com

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On This day: February 12, 1951 Nkrumah was released from prison…

[...] must go to the root of Danquah’s political ideology. Aside from being a “tame student of Kant’s moral philosophy” (Danquah, Vol. 1), Danquah (Busia included) echoed and practiced [...]

africancelebs.com

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Bill Bonner: Fake news? It’s all fake!

[...] had happened. So, you apply some artificial standards… some “categorical imperatives,” as Kant called them. You try to make sense of the world and its goings on by labeling things and [...]

tweakfeeds.com

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Demonetisation: Now, win up to Rs 1 crore by making digital payments

[...] transactions valued between Rs 50 and Rs 3000 will qualify for the scheme, Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant told news conference in the national capital. These schemes will not cover transactions made [...]

sharetipsinfo.info

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Landmark judgement declares Chimpanzees have legal rights

[...] , many of the Judge’s comments related to all animals. In closing remarks, the Judge quoted Kant, Buddha and Gandhi: “We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.” – [...]

blog.afd.org.au

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