Philosophy
Notes from Harvard university lecture: Justice: What's the right thing to do
    Philosophy teaches us and unsettles us by confronting us with what we already know. There is an irony - it teaches us what we already know. It works by taking what we know from familiar unquestioned settings and making it strange.
    Philosophy estranges us from the familiar, not by supplying new information but by inviting and provoking a new way of seeing.
    Here is the risk: once the familiar turns strange, it is never quite the same again. Self-knowledge is like lost innocence. However unsettling you find it, it can never be unthought or unknown.
    Philosophy is a distancing, even debilitating activity.
    Philosophy distances us from conventions from established assumptions and from settled beliefs.
    Moral Reasoning
      Consequentialist - Locates morality in the consequences of an act
      Categorical - Locates morality in certain duties and rights

Political Philosophy

Time

Newtonian Absolutism

It is a view that time is a kind of container for events.

Kantean idealism

As per Kant, time is a condition of thoughts.
Kant’s Transcendental Idealism
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