Moral theology and the cosmological argument. Comments and delibera¬tions on a little-known Reflection of Kant
... 1920s but otherwise neglected in the Kant literature. This small 8 x 6.3 cm sheet belonged to the manuscript collector Oskar Ulex (1852—1934), who appears to have bought it from a dealer in France. Writing covers both sides of the sheet, with moral theology discussed on one side, and the cosmological proof on the other. A transcription and description of the sheet is provided, followedby a “Question & Answer” with the goal of dating the notes describing the two separate arguments for the existence ...
Anagrams in the discourse of baroque ‘tacit theology’: The case of the Königsberg poetic circle of the 17th century
... being, which manifests itself in the lyrical persona of the poetic subject. Anagrams of the names of 17th century Königsberg poets – Simon Dach, Robert Roberthin, and Andreas Adersbach – comprise an ironical baroque reflection of the new “tacit theology” of poetry, whose mimesis reveals the growing inadequacy of a human being to their true essence and the transition of the word to reaching its eschatological limits set in the Book of Revelation
1. Донн Д. Анатомия мира ...
Schelling’s Criticism of Ontological Argument and Interpretation of Kant’s Doctrine of the Ideal of Reason
... and the supremely perfect being. It is also evident that Schelling’s concepts of “contingency,” “contingent necessity,” “the whole experience” need further study.
Anselm of Canterbury, 2000. Proslogion. Complete Philosophical and Theological Treatises of Anselm of Canterbury. Translated by J. Hopkins and H. Richardson. Minneapolis: The Arthur J. Banning Press.
Apel, K.-O., 1991. Die beiden Phasen der Phänomenologie in ihrer Auswirkung auf das philosophische Vorverständnis von ...
The teaching on postulates in Kant’s lectures on philosophical theory of religion
“Lectures on Poelitz’s philosophical theory of religion” are one of the four surviving manuscripts of Kant’s lectures on rational theology. The Lectures include an introduction, two parts, and an appendix. The introduction contains an overview of the basic questions and problems of rational theology, namely: the concept of theology, arts of natural theology, the idea of highest ...
The Embodied Practical Ideal: Kant’s Ethicotheology and Godmanhood
... of the authentic man proceeding from God. Using the Gospel narrative about Jesus, Kant interprets the human nature of the archetype in the light of his general notions about the properties of this nature. It is widely believed that Kant’s ethical theology eliminates the divine nature of the archetype by stating that an entirely holy will cannot be a moral example for the infirm human will. Kant however says, merely as a critical philosopher, that there are not enough rational grounds for thinking ...
From the history of Russian Kant studies in the 19th century
... философия в России ХIХ в. М., 2002.
12. Чуйко В. «Русская философия» // Киркнер Фр. История философии с древнейшего до нашего времени. М., 1919.
philosophy, theology, categorical imperative, academic philosophy, Kant studies
Kutsenko Natalya A.
"Salvation of nature" in three Hammann's letters to Kant
The brief letter exchange between Hamann and Kant, in which they discussed a physics textbook for children, is the main purpose of this text. It unravels an urgent question about the nature of consciousness and its role in the structure of the physical world.
1. Аристотель. Сочинения: в 4 т. М., 1978.
2. Вергилий. Буколики. Георгики. Энеида. Гораций. Оды. Эподы. Сатиры. Послания. Наука поэзии. М., 2005...