Immanuel Kant was a German philosopher and scholar who also studied physics and mathematics. He stopped his studies at the University of Konigsberg after the passing of his father and began working as a private teacher. Later with his friend’s help he resumed his education and went ahead to get his doctorate.
He worked as a professor at the same university where he gave lectures on philosophy, mathematics and the sciences.
Immanuel Kant shared his significant findings, related to philosophy in the ‘Critique of Pure Reason’. His work received critical acclaim worldwide. Later in life he became blind and died at the age of 79.