There has never been so concise and definitive a debunking of Kant's categorical imperative.
A person, Kant tells us, is crooked timber from which no straight thing can be made.
The fact is that Kant is in a difficulty which he feels obscurely himself.
The majority have followed in the direction pointed out by Kant.
Thus for Kant sensation is a modification or state of the subject, produced by affection through an object.
It is by this standard that Socrates and Kant measure the chief results of their toil.
The three parts of the transcendental philosophy correspond thus entirely to the three criticks of Kant.
Among these one of the most alluring was the Philosophy of Kant.
Again, Kant's account of time will be found to treat something represented or perceived as also a perception.
Kant marks an epoch and all thinkers who came after him are his debtors.