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    reveal's Daily Trivia 5.16.18

    In the introduction to Being and Nothingness, Jean-Paul Sartre argues against the concept of noumenon. Whose concept was this? Answered

    Immanuel Kant’s. Kant distinguished the phenomenon, our perception of how things appear to us, from the noumenon, the things in themselves, separate from our perceptions of them. Sartre argued, however, that appearance was the only reality.
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    I Kant think of the answer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Feanor View Post
    I Kant think of the answer
    Correct!

    Immanuel Kant’s. Kant distinguished the phenomenon, our perception of how things appear to us, from the noumenon, the things in themselves, separate from our perceptions of them. Sartre argued, however, that appearance was the only reality.
    If you participate in my Daily Trivia thread, do not look for the answer elsewhere and post it.

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    212-254-8098 (fax)
    info@workman.com

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