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Question: For Kant, what is his philosophical perspective of "self". Make it briefly
Immanuel Kant's philosophical perspective of the "self" is founded on his concept of Transcendental Idealism. He argued that our understanding of the "self" and the world as we perceive it, doesn't necessarily reflect the way things truly are in themselves. The "self" Kant referred to as the Transcendental Ego, is not an object of experience but is a necessary presupposition that structures our experiences. We can't perceive ourselves as we actually are, only as we appear to ourselves. He defined the "self" as a unified conscious entity that persists through time and organizes experiences cohesively.
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