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 ...
Frolova Ye. The theoretical and methodological issues of the revival of natural law
... destiny. Experience characteristics of Savigny school in their consistent de-velopment], Moscow.11. Novgorodcev P. I. 1901a, Kant i Gegel' v ih uchenijah o prave i gosudarstve. Dva tipicheskih postroenija v oblasti filosofii prava [Kant and Hegel in their teachings about the law and the state. Two typical constructions in the field of philosophy of law], Moscow.12. Novgorodcev P. I. 1901b, Nravstvennaja problema v filosofii Kanta [Moral issue in the philosophy of Kant] // Voprosy filosofii i psihologii. Book II(56), Moscow.13. Novgorodcev P. I. 1902, Nravstvennyj idealizm v filosofii prava. (K voprosu o voz-rozhdenii estestvennogo prava) [Moral idealism in philosophy of law. (On ...
Immanuel Kant on the features of morality and its role in the system of morals
The subject of this article is discussed with the help of an excursus into the history of morals and the perception of Kant's teaching on morals, as well as through a polemic with some of its interpretations. Kant's examples of the application of his theory of morality prove its practicality and stability.
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morals, religion of reason, autonomy of morals, categorical imperative, moral teaching, pure practical reason, God, Jesus
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Aesthetics in the system of Paul Natorp’s philosophy
... philosophy in the psychological bases of subjectivity of consciousness aimed at understanding the patterns of the scientific, moral, and artistic cognition. In the context of history of transcendentalism, art is perceived as a form of spiritualcreativity ... ... true significance. Aesthetics is interpreted by the German philosopher as a uniting and final element in the context of the teaching of being in general. The articlepresents two projects of constructing the system of P. Natorp’s philosophy that relate ...
Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy in the “codes of hope” discourse of the Enlightenment
... article considers Lessing’s theatrical project of establishing a German National theatre aimed at founding a “school of morality” in Hamburg. In the 18th century, Hamburg was considered a stronghold of freedom in the opposition between the two ... ... reflected the common attitudes of burgher Germany towards apparently natural human inclinations. It contradicted both Augustine’s teaching of human corruption and Hobbes’s misanthropic anthropology. This German sensitivity served as the basis for Lessing’s ...
The teaching on postulates in Kant’s lectures on philosophical theory of religion
... the existent of God and their limitations etc. The first part is called “Transcendental theology”. It is of limited research interest, since it largely follows contemporary textbooks (first of all, Baumgarten’s Metaphysics). The second part “Moral Theology” is of considerable research interest, since it departs from the textbook material and presents Kant’s own ideas on the subject. This manuscript is dated winter semester 1783/84, i. e. the period between the first edition of the Critique ...
“Ancient history” course as basis for acquisition of basic cultural, historic, moral and spiritual traditions of one’s country
... культурно-исторической традиции: метод. пособие для учителей. 5 класс. Калининград, 2007.
Christianity, cultural and historical traditions, Biblical history, Ancient history, archaeology, teaching, pedagogy.
Knowing humanity without knowing the human being: The structure of polemic in Kant’s political argumentation
... against the ‘government’ and ‘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,...
Kant, Königsberg, and the Albertina. Excerpts from the letters of a Polish student
... announced at the beginning of each semester. Swiecicki was enrolled in the Faculty of Law and he put a lot of effort to receive the degree. However, he was much more enthusiastic about subjects taught at the Faculty of Philosophy.Immanuel Kant was no longer teaching at the university by that time. However, Swiecicki regularly attended Christian Jacob Kraus’s lectures on moral philosophy based on Kant’s “Tugendlehre”, political economy, general encyclopedia, and natural law. The professor of poetry Karl Ludwig Poersсhke, former Kant’s student, was another of his favourite teachers.Swiecicki’s surviving correspondence ...