Sep 07

Life in general is the idea of an embodied activity that produces and preserves itself. Kant called life a natural purpose [Naturzwecke], an embodied intentional or deliberate activity. Its end or goal [preservation of itself] is given in its beginning, and thus it is teleological in nature. It is both cause and effect of itself, i.e. it is characterized by circular causality. It is not like matter whose movement is caused by another that is outside or different from itself.

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