Philosophies of KANT

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Before discussing some of his theories, we must distinguish Kant's distinction between analytic and synthetic propositions. 1. Analytic proposition: a proposition whose predicate concept is contained in its subject concept; e.g., "All bachelors are unmarried," or, "All bodies take up space." 2. Synthetic proposition: a proposition whose predicate concept is not contained in its subject concept ; e...
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Synthetic proposition: a proposition whose predicate concept is not contained in its subject concept ; e.g., "All bachelors are happy," or, "All bodies have mass." (Kant 200) Analytic propositions are true by nature of the meaning of the words in the sentence—we require no further knowledge than a grasp of the language to understand this proposition...
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