Kantianism Definition

kantēənizəm
noun
The philosophy of Kant, who held that the content of knowledge comes a posteriori from sense perception, but that its form is determined by a priori categories of the mind: he also declared that God, freedom, and immortality, although they cannot be proved or disproved, are necessary postulates of a rational morality.
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Kantianism is defined as a branch of philosophy that follows the works of Immanuel Kant who believed that rational beings have dignity and should be respected.
A philosophy of rational morality including God and freedom, based on the works of Kant, is an example of Kantianism.
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(philosophy) The philosophical system of Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) and his followers; also called transcendental idealism.

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