From Critiques to the Categorical Imperative: Take the Kant Challenge

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From Critiques to the Categorical Imperative: Take the Kant Challenge

Are you familiar with the life and works of Immanuel Kant? This quiz on Immanuel Kant will test your knowledge of his contributions to philosophy, the history of ideas, and the development of modern thought. From his early life and education to his impact on contemporary thought, this quiz will challenge and educate you on one of the most important figures in 18th and 19th century thought.

What is the name of Immanuel Kant's most famous work?

Critique of Pure Reason

Critique of Practical Reason

Critique of Judgment

Critique of Human Understanding

What was Immanuel Kant's profession?

Philosopher

Mathematician

Theologian

Physicist

What is the name of the ethical theory propounded by Immanuel Kant?

Utilitarianism

Deontology

Virtue ethics

Moral relativism

What is the name of the principle that states that actions should be performed only if they can be willed as universal law, according to Immanuel Kant?

The categorical imperative

The hypothetical imperative

The moral law

The absolute principle

Immanuel Kant is considered a part of which philosophical movement?

Romanticism

Enlightenment

Existentialism

Realism

Immanuel Kant's views on metaphysics were?

Skeptical

Realist

Idealist

Naturalist

What is the name of the essay written by Immanuel Kant that addresses the question What is Enlightenment?

What is Reason?

What is Knowledge?

What is Art?

What is Enlightenment?

Immanuel Kant believed that there are limits to what we can know through?

Reason

Experience

Observation

Intuition

According to Immanuel Kant, moral duties are?

Relative to individuals and cultures

Derived from self-interest

Based on reason

Dependent on emotions

Immanuel Kant's views on religion can be described as?

Atheistic

Theistic

Deistic

Agnostic

Immanuel Kant was born in which country?

France

Germany

England

Scotland

What was Immanuel Kant's view on free will?

Determinism

Compatibilism

Libertarianism

Fatalism

Immanuel Kant's views on aesthetics can be described as?

Empiricist

Subjective

Objective

Naturalist

Immanuel Kant believed that morality is grounded in?

Emotions

Feelings

Desires

Reason

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What is the name of the ethical theory propounded by Immanuel Kant?
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What is the name of the principle that states that actions should be performed only if they can be willed as universal law, according to Immanuel Kant?
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Immanuel Kant is considered a part of which philosophical movement?
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Immanuel Kant's views on metaphysics were?
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What is the name of the essay written by Immanuel Kant that addresses the question What is Enlightenment?
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Immanuel Kant believed that there are limits to what we can know through?
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According to Immanuel Kant, moral duties are?
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Immanuel Kant's views on religion can be described as?
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Immanuel Kant was born in which country?
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Immanuel Kant's views on aesthetics can be described as?
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Immanuel Kant believed that morality is grounded in?
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