Kant als Mystiker? Zur These von Carl Arnold Wilmans’ dissertatio philosophica
... 2014. Kants Rechtfertigung des Sittengesetzes in Grundlegung III. Deduktion oder Faktum? Berlin, München und Boston: De Gruyter, S. 103-131.
Kant, Carl Arnold Wilmans, philosophy of religion, mysticism, moral feeling, fact of reason, supersensual, feeling of respect
Kant on Human Dignity: Autonomy, Humanity, and Human Rights
... scholarship which suggests that Kant places so much special importance on the value of rational nature that the supreme principle of morality and the concept of human dignity... ... their dignity duly deserves, as well as to look after their welfare and treat them with respect, regardless of their dispositions. I review recent literature to appraise this... ... Ladd. Cambridge & MA: Hackett Publishing Company.
Kant, I., 2011. Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and Sublime and Other Writings. Edited by P. Frierson and P...
Affection of Law: Fichte on the Place and Boundaries of Pure Ethics of the Imperative
... arguments to show that this position is essentially incapable of delivering a pure and higher moral doctrine. I examine the substance of these critical arguments in the context of his later metaphysics. Fichte maintains that in the “second type” of worldview man himself feels and understands, respects and loves himself only as a subject of unconditional law, therefore the pathos and “affection of law” pervades all his assessments and motivations. This affects the impartiality of moral assessment if the requirements of the law are diverged ...
Cohen and Natorp’s Philosophy of Religion: the Argument about the Boundary of Reason
The philosophy of religion as presented by Hermann Cohen and Paul Natorp, the founders and main representatives ... ... their philosophical school to the end and, second, followed the principle of mutual respect, preserving their professional and human sympathy for each other. Besides, I... ... Berlin: S. Scholem.
philosophy of religion, Marburg Neo-Kantianism, boundary of reason, feeling, critical idealism, system of philosophy
Belov V. N.
The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
... representation of a maximum of morality that can ground our moral disposition and in so doing acts as a standard for morality. More precisely, the following argument is made: 1) the sublime nature of the image of Christ — as an image of universal respect for the law — awakens the moral feeling of subjects in the sense of the possibility of overcoming one’s perverted nature; 2) as moral perfection it provides immediate transparency to the end goal of morality; 3) just as in the case of associative construction of empirical concepts, the sublime ...
Kant’s family ethics and philosophy of love. Part 2. Critique of Judgement
This paper deals with the forms of satisfaction in the Critique of Judgement — disinterested affection for a beautiful form in a pure feeling, vital love for something sensorily pleasant, rational respect for unconditioned good, and non-self-regarding love for humanity. A synthetic union of the above gives the conceptual key to the critical philosophy of love, which was never fully articulated in Kant’s lectures or published works. Moral love ...
The foundations of I. Kant’s and V. Solovyov’s moral philosophies
The grounds of construction of ethical systems of Kant and Solovjev are comparatively tested in ... ... Kant’s ethic the double meaning and uncertainty. The author notes, that for all his respect to Kant’s ethic, Russian philosopher constructs ethic on his own principles... ... as lawful, autonomous and all-united (vseedinoje). Solovjev proposes to regard the feelings of shame, pity and reverence as the primary data of human moral, disregarding...