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Immanuel Kant was born in 1724 in the Prussian city of


Königsberg (Germany). He studied and worked at the local
university until three years before his death and never travelled
further than fifty miles outside of the city. He was a philosopher
and scientist, working in many areas including mathematics,
astrophysics, geography and anthropology. He wrote several
dense, difficult-to-read but highly influential texts regarding
metaphysics, meta- and practical morality, science, history and
politics. He was the first recorded scholar to suggest that some
of the faint nebulae visible with a telescope are actually separate
universes. His new ideas about the nature of reality and free
will were widely condemned at the time in which he published
his works but have remained prominently influential to this
day.

In terms of ethics, the most significant of his works are


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These texts constitute the foundation of Kant¶s own moral
philosophymostly focusing on morality and action.
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