Leonardo Santoso is a senior philosophy major at Bard College, New York. He was born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia. He discovered philosophy at the age of fifteen as a lethargic homeschooler. By then, he was already under the spell of Kant’s philosophy, despite not understanding a word of Kant. Now he is finishing his senior thesis on Kant’s metaphysics and is happy to report he now knows a little bit about Kant. He is passionate about teaching, the rights of living beings, and justice in all its forms. He has been involved with the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI), which provides the opportunity for incarcerated men and women across the New York State to receive their college degrees. Beginning in the fall, he will be continuing his graduate studies in philosophy at the University of Oxford.