A Review of Theory of Immanuel Kant: Distinguish of the Realm of Religion and Science

Seyyed Mohammad Musavi Moqaddam, Ali Almasi, Shima Mahmudpur Shima Mahmudpur Qamsar

Abstract


As we know, Kant was deeply affected by the development of natural science, especially Newtonian science. However, as a philosopher, he has sought to explain the principles of natural science and for this purpose founded a very complex philosophical system. In his Philosophical system, Reason in two distinct areas of act and thought has a Different Sentences. He believes that in the realm of theoretical knowledge, wisdom has limited for religious faith to be opened. Kant sought to break with the cognitive and human knowledge in both theory and practice and belong to the field of science to Theoretical dimension and religion to practice Dimension Declare that science and religion should never be assumed that conflicting according to Kant, the religion founded on ethics. Hence the moral and ethical law takes us towards religion. Therefore, Kant Distinguish science dimension and religion dimension and eliminate Conflict between the two realms. In this paper, we will Try to investigate Kant's theory about Religion and Science dimensions, theoretically review The Distinguish between the two dimensions.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s4p558


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