Feyerabend’s Natural Law Notes and their significance for Kant studies. Preface
... history and significance of its deferral, Kant’s “Metaphysics of Morals”. A Critical Guide, ed. by L. Denis, New York, p. 9—27.
20. Wildberger, H. 1972, Jesaja, Biblischer Kommentar. Altes Testament. Bd. X. Tl. 1. Neukirchen-Vluyn.
natural law, moral, ethic, categorical imperative, moral law, freedom, object, will, motive
Kants praktischer Platonismus
... Philo of Alexandria. Kant reinterpreted this doctrine by taking the intelligible world as a moral world consisting of free rational agents who ought to transform the empirical world of human society and history according to the norms and standards of moral laws. This was meant to be a programme for a moral reform of the human world, both with regard to individual morality and to the cosmopolitical task of the establishment of an international order of legal institutions. Kant’s practical Platonism insists ...
Convergence of legal thinking from the perspective of the uncertainty principle
... a transdisciplinary approach, i. e. extrapolating methodologies from across disciplines to the theory of law. We propose to extrapolate to jurisprudence the principles of uncertainty, which implies that a legal rule cannot deal with both elements of moral law and rules of conduct. I conclude that developing a single framework for the understanding of law by converging methodologies from across disciplines will help to identify new facets of law.
1. Алексеев И. С. Концепция дополнительности....
Kant on evil in the human nature
11. Schiller F. Über Anmut und Würde (1793) // Schiller F. Sämtliche Werke. Bd. 8 : Philosophische Schriften. Berlin, 2005. S. 168—224.
12. Jaspers K. Das radikal Böse bei Kant // Jaspers K. Rechenschaft und Ausblick. München, 1958.
good, moral law, categorical imperative, human nature, sensibility, reason, freedom of will
[text]1. Kant, I. 1996, Religija v predelah tol'ko razuma [Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone]. In: Kant, I. Traktaty ...
God’s Law or Categorical Imperative: on Crusian Issues of Kantian Morality
The ethics of Kant and the ethics of Crusius are strikingly similar. This is manifested in a whole range of principles and concepts. Crusius’ moral teaching hinges on the rigorous moral law which has to be obeyed absolutely, and which makes it different from other prescriptions that are binding only to a relative degree. This is very close to the Kantian distinction between hypothetical and categorical imperatives. Another salient feature ...
The axiological discourse in A. Veltman’s poem The Woods of Murom
... moral and psychological reasons behind this phenomenon rather than social ones. The plot structure and the author’s position suggest that robbery is depicted in the poem as a cardinal sin that cannot be justified; it forces a person to abandon the moral law and leads to spiritual death.
1. Вельтман А. А. Муромские леса. М., 1831.
2. Веселова Е. К. Психологическая деонтология: мировоззрение и нравственность личности....
Deduction of Freedom vs Deduction of Experience in Kant’s Metaphysics
... the Age of Enlightenment]. Moscow: Kanon+ ROOI “Reabilitatsia”. (In Rus.)
Walker, R. C. S., 1978. Kant. London, Henley-on-Thames, and Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
metaphysics, transcendental deduction, pure concepts of understanding, freedom, moral law
Valery E. Semyonov