Immanuel Kant: freedom, sin, forgiveness
... imperative is, on the one hand, a single and unique act and, on the other hand, a permanent and universal one. Although the familiarity with the categorical imperative does not always result in a moral action, the familiarity itself alongside the idea of forgiveness may be considered as a manifestation of morality and freedom.
1. Гегель Г. В. Ф. Феноменология духа. СПб., 1992.
2. Гулыга А. В. Кант. М., 1977.
3. Гусейнов А. А. Долг; И. Кант....
The motif of forgiveness in the Russian romantic poetry of the first third of the 19th century
... Russian poets of the first third of the 19th century. Both works depict the violation of the sixth commandment - ‘thou shalt not kill’. An axiological analysis of the plot and composition structure of both poems shows that the central problem is forgiving enemies – completely amoral persons that violate moral laws and do evil.
1. Гладков Б. И. Толкование Евангелия. СПб., 1913.
2. Гликман И. Д. И. И. Козлов // Козлов И. И. Стихотворения....