Immanuel Kant: Uniter of Rationalism and Empiricism, Creator of the Categorical Imperative, and The Greatest Modern Philosopher. This video explains some of both Kant’s Transcendental Idealism and his Ethics. Sponsors: Prince Otchere, Daniel Helland, Dennis Sexton, Will Roberts and √2. Thanks for your support! Donate on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Carneades Buy stuff with Zazzle: http://www.zazzle.com/carneades Follow us […]

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An explication of the difference between Hypothetical and Categorical goods (or imperatives) as used by Immanuel Kant.

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An explication of the fifth rule for validity of categorical syllogisms dealing with the difference between conditionally valid and unconditionally valid syllogisms (90 Second Philosophy & 100 Days of Logic).

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A description of the Logical Fallacy of Affirmative from Negative and Negative from Affirmative in Categorical Logic, which breaks the fourth rule of validity (90 Second Philosophy & Fallacy February).

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A description of Rule IV for validity for categorical syllogisms that negative conclusions must be drawn from negative premises and negative premises must illicit negative conclusions.(90 Second Philosophy & 100 Days of Logic)

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An explanation of the third rule of validity for categorical syllogisms, that at least one premise must be affirmative (90 Second Philosophy & 100 Days of Logic).

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A description of the second rule of validity for categorical syllogisms that the terms that are distributed in the conclusion must be distributed in the premises (90 Second Philosophy & 100 Days of Logic)

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The logical fallacy of Undistributed Middle where a categorical syllogism breaks the first rule of validity (90 Second Philosophy & 100 Days of Logic).

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An explanation of the first rule of validity for categorical, that the middle term must be distributed (90 Second Philosophy & 100 Days of Logic)

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An Explanation of the Aristotelian style of Venn Diagrams and how to tell if a categorical syllogism is valid for Aristotle (100 Days of Logic & 90 Second Philosophy).

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