Immanuel Kant

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Gondia Education Society's C.J. Patel College, Tirora , Dist.- Gondia 441911. Subject : THEOROTICAL AND APPLIED GEOGRAPHY Topic Immanuel Kant Is presented by Dr. Nanabhau S. Kudnar M.A., B.Ed., SET, NET, Ph.D., M.B.A . Head, Department of Geography C.J . Patel College Tirora .

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Immanuel Kant

Immanuel Kant Born: 22-Apr-1724 Birthplace: Königsberg, East Prussia Died: 12-Feb-1804 Location of death: Königsberg, East Prussia Remains: Buried, Kaliningrad Cemetery Kaliningrad, Russia Occupation: Philosopher Nationality: Germany Father: Johann Georg Kant (b. circa 1688, saddle/harness maker, d. 1746) Mother: Anna Regina Porter (b. Nuremberg) :

Immanuel Kant Born: 22-Apr - 1724 Birthplace: Königsberg, East Prussia Died: 12-Feb - 1804 Location of death: Königsberg, East Prussia Remains: Buried, Kaliningrad Cemetery Kaliningrad, Russia Occupation: Philosopher Nationality: Germany Father: Johann Georg Kant (b. circa 1688, saddle/harness maker, d. 1746) Mother: Anna Regina Porter (b. Nuremberg)

Kant Education:

Kant Education He received his early education in the suburban hospital school In 1740, Kant matriculated in the university of his native city (Konigsberg). He mainly interested in philosophy, mathematics and natural sciences. After finishing his studies his studies at the University of Kongsberg, he spent several years (1746 to1755) with some well to do families near Kongsberg an a private tutor.

Professor Kant:

Professor Kant On June 12,1755, he was awarded PhD on his thesis, De Igne (on Fire) He was highly praised by his teacher task He became a lecturer at the age of 31 He was many professorial chairs of the faculty of Konigsberg philosophical faculty as possible. They not only teach the philosophy. He was also study on physics, mechanical science .

Kant Work:

Kant Work His early work General Natural History & Theory of the Heavens(1755) Geographical references in his works Critique of Pure Reason(1781), & Critique of Judgement (1790). He also wrote on the different races of man His essay on Anthropology from Pragmatic Point of View (1798) contains many geographical accounts of the races and ethnic groups of the world.

Kant Interest :

Kant Interest Kant was mainly interested in the Physical geography. The physical geography of Kant was not as we now understand it, because it also discussed human racial groups, their physical activities on the earth & natural conditions in the widest sense of the term. The study of animals in zoology , the study of plants in botany, the study or rocks in geology and the study of socio cultural and ethnic group in sociology.

About Knowledge:

About Knowledge Kant’s views were that it may be obtained either by the exercise of pure reason or through senses. Sene perception are of two type: Those perceived by the inner and those by the outer senses, and together they furnish the whole of man’s empirical knowledge of the world. The world as perceived by the inner senses is seels (soul) or Mensch (man) i.e. the self as perceived by the outer sense in nature. According to him anthropology studies the soul of man; physical geography is thus the first part of knowledge of the world.

According to Kant,:

According to Kant, all knowledge begins with sense experience, but not all knowledge arises out of sense experience.

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During the time of Kant, geographers started writing on mathematical, moral, political, commercial & theological geography . Branching of geography ,specially into the physical & human geography, was started during this period. The period of varenius and kant is also known as the “Classical Period of Modern Geographical Thought ”.

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