The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
... Beauty and Biology: An Interpretation of the Critique of Judgment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Kant, Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason, sublime, Christ, moral motivation, disposition, empirical morality
Adrian Razvan Sandru
Kant on evil in the human nature
... freedom as relating to practical reason is necessarily understood as freedom aimed at the good. In the sphere of the ideal, i. e. the sphere of logical bases of ethics, there should be no freedom aimed at evil; such freedom exists only in the real, empirical world. One can assume that the notion of freedom of will as freedom aimed at the good, being a condition for the possibility of morals, relates to the notion of a sentient being in general, including the notion of ‘human being’, whereas the notion of freedom as freedom of choice relates to a real human individual. However, the latter is capable of moral improvement through ...
Morality and philosophical education
... призму антропологии, истоки, механизмы и пути преодоления. URL: http://freescienceengineering.library.elib¬gen. org/view.php?id=89047 (дата обращения: 08.05.2015).
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Kants praktischer Platonismus
... to the doctrine of the two worlds, the mundus sensibilis and the mundus intelligibilis, which did not originate in Plato himself, but in the Jewish Platonist 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 ...
Affection of Law: Fichte on the Place and Boundaries of Pure Ethics of the Imperative
... Fichte’s diagnosis, a refined interest in preserving and indulging the sensual self and hence the idea of God as the warrantor of empirical happiness / bliss. Accordingly, the “overturn in the state of mind” sought by the Kantian himself implies “the ... ... world as law is replaced for the subject by the perspective of the Kingdom of the Spirit in which the “selfhood” of each moral agent is practically overcome.
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On the Role of Gesinnung in Kant’s Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. Part II
... manifestation of Gesinnung in the world, apprehended through the senses, the method of establishing and the culture of truly moral Gesinnung, as well as the problem of the immutability of Gesinnung in the progress towards the good. The new theses that ... ... of the will, on the singleness of Gesinnung and its indivisibility into periods, on revolution in Gesinnung as distinct from empirical reform, on the creation of the new human being as distinct from the ancient one as a result of the revolution of Gesinnung,...
How transcendental are Kant’s principles of public law?
... Riley, P. 1992, Hannah Arendt on Kant, Truth and Politics, in: Essays on Kant’s Political Philosophy. Ed. by H. Williams. Cardiff. 37. Sassenbach, U. 1992, Der Begriff des Politischen bei Immanuel Kant. Würzburg.
public law, politics, publicity, morals, justice of maxims, transcendental and empirical, a priori principles, bliss and happiness, form and substance of law, law enforcement
Neo-Kantian and phenomenological axiology in N. N. Alekseev’s philosophy of law
... understanding features of social phenomena. The article considers the context of Windelband’s philosophy in Alekseev’s interpretation of the role of the rule in philosophy of law. It is shown that Alekseev employs the distinction between the a priori and empirical, suggested by the theory of values, in his philosophy. Values are identified as a basis for the development of law and morals in Alekseev’s philosophy. Comparing reality and values makes it possible to see how Alekseev combines the id eas of axiology of Neo-Kanitianism and phenomenology. To narrow the gap between the a priori and empirical in the theory of values proposed ...
Kant’s and Fichte’s ethics as sources of Schopenhauer’s philosophy
... some of the key aspects of Schopenhauer’s pessimism are rooted in Fichte’s philosophy. Seventhly, in the first edition of his dissertation, Schopenhauer advocated Kant’s ethics and formulated the supremacy of the better consciousness over the empirical as noumenal freedom and truly moral behavior and defined the category of negation as its opposite. Later, these ideas, altered and expanded u
1. Kant, I. 1964а, Grezi duhovidca, poyasnennie grezami metafiziki [Dreams of a Visionary Explained by Dreams of Metaphysics] in: Kant, I....
I. Kant’s and E. Husserl’s practical philosophy
This article focuses on the problem of reconciling a priori and empirical dimensions of freedom, will, and action as the crucial point for understanding the relationship between theoretical ... ... are a shared understanding of the relationship between theoretical and practical reason, the principle of the ‘purity’ of moral motives and compulsoriness of the a priori, the idea of parallelism between logic and ethics, the interaction between will ...
The metaphysics of science
... good) terms. ‘Transcendental’ philosophy was conceived as a project to redeem philosophy in the era of burgeoning precise empirical natural science and exact sciences. Kant turned science into a foundation of new metaphysics. The anti-philosophical ... ... mathematics and physics is an instance of Kant’s universal ‘anthropological’ apriorism and his understanding of the human being, morals, law, and history rather than the seeming ‘absolutisation’ of the Euclidean geometry and Newtonian mechanics. The possibility ...
The system-building role of the thing-in-itself in Kant's philosophy
... philosophy in Kant's system. Kant is an innovator in both posing and answering the question. This answer is agnostic but not in the empirical or scientific sense, but rather in the solely philosophical meaning of these notions. The answer to his question — ... ...
thing-in-itself, polysemanticism of notions, central problem of philosophy, subjectobjeсt relation, agnosticism, cognition, humanism, moral law.
Zhuchkov Vladimir A.
The Knight of Contemporary Russian Kantiana. On the 85th Birthday of Leonard Kalinnikov
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Solovyov, V. S., 1988. Kant’s Formal Principle of Morality — Presentation and Evaluation with Critical Comments about Empirical Ethics. In: Solovyov, V. S., 1988. Sochineniya [Works]. Moscow: Mysl’, pp. 549-580 (In Rus.).
Zilber, А. S., 2008. Book Review: L. A. Kalinnikov. Immanuel Kant in Russian Poetry (Philosophical-Aesthetic Essays). Moscow: Kanon+ ROOI “Reabilitatsia”,...
Duty and Coercion in Kant’s Republican Cosmopolitanism
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23. Sánchez Madrid, N. 2014. Has social justice legitimacy in Kant’s theory of right? The empirical conditions of the rightful State as a civil union, in: Revista Trans/Form/Açâo 37/1, pp. 127—146.
Knowing humanity without knowing the human being: The structure of polemic in Kant’s political argumentation
... ‘lawyers’. Kant’s philosophy of law, which is believed to rest on a metaphysical foundation, is constructed using a minimum of anthropological premises, which is often viewed as a virtue. However, Kant’s political teaching is closely connected with moral anthropology, which is considered as another virtue. Justifying their actions with empirical observations, politicians violate legal rules. Thus, they are subject to the same propensities that they find so frightening in the population. The philosopher, although agreeing with the grim opinion of human nature, tries to dissuade politicians ...
”What is the voice of truth?” The anagram in XVIII century French culture
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Social attitudes as a factor of delinquent behaviour in the underage
This article analyses the correlation between attitudes and social beha-viour and such factors as the strength/weakness and clarity/ambivalence of an attitude and the situation factor. The author considers the results of empirical studies into value orientations and moral and psychological attitudes based on samples of senior year school students and university students. The article studies correlation between social attitudes and asocial behaviour in children and adolescents. The influence of structural and psychological ...
Types of Representational Content in Kant
... proceed as follows. First, I show how intuition (in Kant’s sense) can be seen as providing indexical content independently of empirical concepts. Second, I show in what sense the generation of spatial content can be regarded as non-categorial. A key distinction ... ... Bowman, P. Guyer and F. Rauscher, edited by P. Guyer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Kant, I., 2005b. The Metaphysics of Morals. In: I. Kant, 2005. Practical Philosophy. Translated and edited by M. J. Gregor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,...