The Critique of Practical Reason
The Critique of Practical Reason is the second of Kant's three Critiques, following Critique of Pure Reason. In it he distinguishes between actual practical reason and desire-based practical reason, arguing for the first and against the application of the second. He sees practical reason as something to be cultivated and moreover believes Freedom can be proven by it.
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Title: The Critique of Practical Reason
Author: Immanuel Kant; Thomas Kingsmill Abbott
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