Rhetorical Analysis Of Kant's What Is Enlightenment

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In my rhetorical analysis of Immanuel Kant’s “What Is Enlightenment” I hoped to solve some of my own questions that I have concerning this consequential essay. Kant is a cornerstone of philosophy, and while this piece does not relate to one specific philosophic discourse, it is uncontrovertibly written in a philosophic manner. Yet within Kant work, he veers dangerously close to making what seem to be appeals to a to authority. I would like to think that Kant is not making this appeal in order to justify his own argument. In order to solve this problem I divided the two. I distinguished the argumentation put forth in order to justify his claim from his allusions and outright name dropping of his current monarch. This distinction is extremely
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