Immanuel Kant's Thinking

Poem By Dr. Antony Theodore

According to Kant,
we can only know
the way things
appear to us,
but not what
they really are;
our minds mold
and shape reality
to our own form
so that we can't truly
know the actual
form of the reality
known by the senses.

Comments about Immanuel Kant's Thinking

Hi Tony I love Kant's philosophy and your poem is a concise and lovely description of his marvelous mind and thoughts, Paul
Immanuel Kant expressed his thoughts through long essays. He is condensed in this poem to a smothering glance. Nice job, though. Thanks Dr. Antony for your poem.

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