The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
Zuckert, R., 2007. Kant on 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
Feyerabend’s Natural Law Notes and their significance for Kant studies. Preface
... notes for the studies of Kant’s moral philosophy too, because of their closeness to the Foundations of Metaphysics of Morals, what can help us to understand some not clear aspects of Kant’s ethical thought. One of such questions is the question of moral motivation, and namely how we can not only know, what we have to do according to the moral law, but also actually want do it? As in his published writings Kant concludes in the Introduction of Natural Law Notes that human will itself can not be in complete ...
Is Spinoza’s Ethics Heteronomous in the Kantian Sense of the Term?
... heteronomous renditions of Spinoza’s ethics. Then I move on to argue for the existence of conditions in Spinoza’s thought that make every heteronomous interpretation of his practical philosophy extremely unlikely. These are i) identification of moral value in the quality of an agent’s law-oriented motivation, ii) distinction between human nature as rational and affective, ascribing different sets of laws to each, iii) endowment of reason with moral content, iv) recognition of the non-subjective notion of goodness. Added to this is my discussion ...
God’s Law or Categorical Imperative: on Crusian Issues of Kantian Morality
... binding only to a relative degree. This is very close to the Kantian distinction between hypothetical and categorical imperatives. Another salient feature of Crusius’ moral teaching is the stress laid on the sphere of internal motives. It is the inner motive that determines the morality of an act, rather than the external form of the act. These and some other features of Crusius’ ethics suggest a possible influence of Crusius on Kant. The possibility of such influence has repeatedly come under close scrutiny. The first works ...
Kant on evil in the human nature
... the empirical but the “intelligible character”, his solution proves to be idealistic. The next step is an analysis of Kant’s notion of “radical evil” and its causes. Since Kant sees the source of radical evil in the wrong subordination of motives dictated by sensibility and reason when choosing rules for actions, which Kant calls the “reversal of incentives”, there arises the question as to the role of sensibility in justifying morals. It is emphasised that, on the one hand, sensibility — as well as reason — is a necessary element constructing the being of humans. In this context, it is interpreted as either ethically indifferent or even a “predisposition to the good”....
Affection of Law: Fichte on the Place and Boundaries of Pure Ethics of the Imperative
... 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 from. The “man of law”, the Stoic and Kantian who is not conscious of direct violations of the law, can at most not despise himself, but he cannot, according to Fichte, positively respect ...
Kistyakovsky on the nature of law
... reference to the normative nature of legal rules and law in general and its independence of any external authorities or internal motivations of human behavior. According to Kistyakovsky, the rational element of legal rules is their key characteristic. Not ... ..., L. I. 1909, Teorija prava i gosudarstva v svjazi s teoriej nravstvennosti [The law and state theory in connection with the moral theory], Saint Peterburg, t. 1.9. Savalsky, V. A. 1909, Osnovy filosofii prava v nauchnom idealizme. Marburgskaja shkola ...
The teaching on postulates in Kant’s lectures on philosophical theory of religion
... Imperative. Zur Entwicklung von Kants praktischer Philosophie bis 1785. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1999.
23. Wimmer R. Kants kritische Religionsphilosophie. Berlin ; New York, 1990.
24. Zobrist M. Kants Lehre vom höchsten Gut und die Frage moralischer Motivation // Kant-Studien. 2008. Bd. 99.
postulates, practical reason, existence of god, immortality of soul, freedom, highest good, axiom, moral theology, belief, happiness, virtue, holiness
Kryshtop L. E.
[html]1. Kant, I. 1994a, Kritika prakticheskogo razuma [Critique of practical reason], in: Kant I. Sobr. soch. w 8 t., Moscow, T. 4.2. Kant, I. 1994b,...
The notion of anthropology in Kant's philosophy
... Basis of Kant’s Ethics // Philosophical Topics. Vol. 19 (1991). P. 325—351.
24. Wenzel U. J. Anthroponomie: Kants Archäologie der Autonomie. B., 1992.
vocation of human being, transcendental idealism, "pragmatic" anthropology, "moral" and "practical" anthropology, lectures on anthropology, motivation, character, right, "fundamental" anthropology, "anthroponomy"
Klemme H. F. (translated from German by A. Yu Shachina and S. V. Shachin)
I. Kant’s and E. Husserl’s practical philosophy
... practical philosophies. Another important result is identifying the principles and departure point ideas for both thinkers. These 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 and mind, and the determining role of the categorical imperative. The author stresses that an adequate understanding of the thinkers’ ...
“The Turn towards Ontology” in Russian Neo-Kantianism in the Late 1910s and Early 1920s (Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev)
... the reception of Neo-Kantianism in Russia.
Boldyrev, N. V., 1922. Being and Knowledge, Intuition and Reason. Ontological Motives of Critical Philosophy. Mysl. Zhurnal Peterburgskogo filosofskogo obshchestva [Thought. Bulletin of the Russian ... ... translated by P. Guyer and A. W. Wood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Kant, I., 2011. Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals. A German-English Edition. Traslated by M. Gregor, edited by J. Timmermann. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
How transcendental are Kant’s principles of public law?
... observations capable of distorting the required purity of the form when taken together. In effect, they turn out to be either motives for searching for transcendental principles or example s targeted at a certain type of readers and political agents. Identifying ... ... harmonise the publicity principles as (meta) principles of lawmaking and law enforcement with the core of Kant’s system of law and morals. This resolves the issue of direct efficiency of these principles, whereas the declaration of the formal character of the ...
What is Kantian Philosophy of Mathematics? An Overview of Contemporary Studies
... Non-Spatiality of Things in Themselves. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 47(3), pp. 355-382.
Hogan D., 2013. Metaphysical Motives of Kant’s Analytic — Synthetic Distinction. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 51(2), pp. 267-307.
Hogan D. Kant ... ... University Press, pp. 203-242.
Kant, I., 1992b. Inquiry Concerning the Distinctness of the Principles of Natural Theology and Morality. In: I. Kant, 1992. Theoretical philosophy, 1755-1770. Translated and edited by D. Walford and R. Meerbote. Cambridge: ...