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  1. You have been misled: Kant did not die in poverty. He died in 1804, lectured until 1796, and was on the staff of the University of Konigsberg until 1801. The last years of his life, and he died at the age of 80, he was seriously ill, could not work and almost did not leave home – this is true, but it cannot be said that his financial situation at that time was deplorable. On the contrary, he died in his own home, being a well-known and respected person.

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