|Birth Day||April 22, 1724|
|Age||295 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Feb 12, 1804 (age 79)|
Philosopher known for his views on the Copernican Revolution, which are documented in his 1790 book The Critique of Judgement.
He received a Berlin Academy prize in 1754 for his study of the earth's rotation.
He often debated about the existence of God in his work.
He had eight siblings, and his mother was named Regina and his father Johann.
He influenced the work of Albert Einstein.