Revisiting the Maxim-Law Dynamic in the Light of Kant’s Theory of Action
A stable classification of practical principles into mutually exclusive types is foundational to Kant’s moral theory. Yet, other than a few brief hints on the distinction between maxims and laws, he does not provide any elaborate discussion on the classification and the types of practical ...
Kant’s philosophical system and the principles of its interpretation
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the principle of integration, system, purpose of the system and its functions
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The Welfare State (Social State) in the Russian Federation as a Constitutional Principle and its Practical Implementation
The authors are investigating the content and practical implementation of the constitutional principle of the social (welfare) state in the Russian Federation, especially the relevant state measures supporting families, birth rate and migration. Legal research in this paper is also focused on the selected state projects realized in the contemporary ...
Deduction of Freedom vs Deduction of Experience in Kant’s Metaphysics
... is absent in the deduction of freedom. Third, Kant orients the methodological movement of deductions in opposite directions. Theoretical deduction proceeds from pure forms of sensible intuition to concepts of understanding and thence to fundamental principles. Practical deduction proceeds from a priori principles to the concepts of the metaphysics of morals and thence to moral feelings. Fourth, deduction in the theoretical sphere forbids speculative reason to go beyond experience. Practical deduction has pointed ...
Arguments against Redistributive Justice based on Kant’s Doctrine of Private Right
... in distribution, and it should be of concern to Kantians too, since it is a mere principle of rectification of the two first principles. Due to the points I am going to make, I conclude that, if somewhere, redistributivism should make its case in Kant’s ... ... L. Denis, Cambridge, pp. 71—92.
4. Kant, I. 2005, On the Common Saying, that May be Correct in Theory, but is of no Use in Practice, in: Practical Philosophy, trans. by M. J. Gregor, Cambridge.
5. Kant, I. 1996, The Metaphysics of Morals. transl. and ...
Some aspects of John Rawls’s first principle of justice
... study of social relations in the neo-Kantian philosophy], in: Pravo i gosudarstvo: teorija i praktika [Law and State: Theory and Practice]. No. 10. Pp. 112—121.
7. Frolova, Е. А. 2011, Pravovoi ideal v filosofii prava [Legal ideal in philosophy of law],... ... Politika. Pravo. Spravedlivost'. Osnovopolozheniya kriticheskoi filosofii prava i gosudarstv, [Policy. Right. Justice. Basic principle of the critical philosophy of law and state]. Мoscow.
9. Bae, Y.-S. 2002, Balancing Equality and Liberty in Rawls’s ...
How transcendental are Kant’s principles of public law?
... for establishing legitimacy, and whether they can be characterized as ‘transcendental’. Kant’s discourse on publicity — a result of strenuous efforts presented in a number of writings and lectures — takes the reader to the area of empirical practices and anthropological 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 the role of publicity principles in Kant’s system of law and their strict positioning is also a complicated problem raising new questions as to their acceptable ...
The role of the principle of honesty in the principle system of Russian civil law
This article examines the interaction between the principle of honesty and the other principles of the civil law of the Russian Federation. Honesty is manifested in various institutions of law; it interacts with each principle and basic element thus limiting each freedom. It is stressed that honestly — despite having the potential of broad practical application — has not been sufficiently developed in either theory or jurisprudence. The formation of honesty-driven behaviour in the participants in civil legal relationships is part of the trend towards the development of law and society
Liver elastography techniques and the problems of Russian terminology
... approach Russian terminology in elastography by discussing elastography technique classifications using terms that take into account the essence of physical patterns underlying various elastography techniques. Elastography techniques used in clinical practice are divided into four groups: strain elastography, transient elastography, point shear wave elastography, and 2D shear wave elastography. Based on physical principles, two types are identified: strain elastography and shear wave elastography. Since the techniques are founded on different physical principles, we recommend combining these techniques to improve to improve diagnostic accuracy. We propose a Russian ...
Spatial Planning in the European Union: Practices to Draw on in Russia
... of civil society in project evaluation. At the same time, it is important to take into account the features of Russian natural and socioeconomic conditions.
Chistobaev A. I., Fedulova S. I.
space, territory, urban planning, projects, planning principles, best practices, civil society
The principle of sufficient reason in German philosophy of the Enlight-enment
... Wilhelm Leibniz, Christian Wolff, his main philosophical opponent — Christan August Crusius, and Immanuel Kant. The aim of this article is to demonstrate the differences between these perspectives and identify the philosophical problems arising from the Principle of sufficient reason in metaphysics and practical philosophy.
1. Вольф Хр. Разумные мысли о Боге, мире и душе человека, а также о всех вещах вообще, сообщенные любителям истины Христианом Вольфом ...
Inadvisable Concession: Kant’s Critique of the Political Philosophy of Christian Garve
... interpretation of Garve’s position because I believe that the value of political stability plays an important role in it. Such an interpretation makes it possible to treat Garve’s narrative as it was assessed by Kant, i.e. as a concession to the common principles of political practice as a result of a failure to find the guiding theory. My study has established that the role of Garve’s work in the writing of Kant’s treatise Toward Perpetual Peace was more significant than Kant’s own words suggest. Besides, I show that ...
I. Kant’s and E. Husserl’s practical philosophy
... and differences between Kant’s and Husserl’s 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 ...
The justification of legal punishment in Kant’s philosophy
... paradox of punishment: the categorical imperative of punishment might well demand those very actions which the categorical imperative as we know it from the “Groundwork” seems to forbid. It is proposed to see this paradox as another antinomy of practical reason. The hypothesis is offered that the separation of the principles of virtue directed to an individual will and right covering the public sphere can be considered as an attempt to solve this very antinomy.
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The principles of economic protection of the marine environment of the Baltic Sea
This article identifies the principles behind the international protection of the marine environment of the Baltic Sea. The author analyses their content ... ... of the provisions of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, international conference declaration, as well as the judicial practice of the International Court of Justice, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, and international commercial arbitration ...
Kant on evil in the human nature
... the article addresses the “predispositions to the good”, which describes a human being as a natural being, cultural being, and a personality. In this connection, different types of reason identified by Kant are stressed and the features of “pure practical reason” as a necessary condition of human morality are analysed. Further, the article considers Kant’s definition of evil as a deviation of rules regulating the actions of a human being from their principle of morality. The author analyses the factors underlying the “predisposition” to evil. It is emphasised that Kant measures wickedness not by deeds but solely by the way of thinking. The author discusses the question as to whether the intelligible ...
Physical foundations of liver elastography
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On the Role of Gesinnung in Kant’s Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. Part II
... 2019. Metafizika nravov: Metafizicheskie osnovnye nachala ucheniia o dobrodeteli [The Metaphysics of Morals: Metaphysical First Principles of the Doctrine of Virtue]. In: I. Kant, 2019. Sochineniia na nemetskom i russkom yazyke [Works in German and Russian].... ... Volume 5 (2). Edited by A. A. Guseynov and A. K. Sudakov. Moscow: Kanon+, pp. 13-261. (In Rus.)
Kant, I., 1996a. Critique of Practical Reason. In: I. Kant, 1996. Practical Philosophy. Edited by M. Gregor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 133-271....
A. A. Fet as a theoretical and practical adherent of pure art¬ and the prob-lem of the nature of poetry
... poetry, whose works were opposed to tendentious art serving the socio-political agenda ofthe time. However, the objective logic of nature of art made A. A. Fet’s poetry complimentary to revolutionary-democratic poetry. A. Fet was guided by Kant’s principle of aesthetics stating that the function of art is constituting the world of values. It does not and cannot replace either science, which is meant to cognise the world, or morality, which is meant to organise the world of the social. The principle ...
Spatial planning in the European Union and the Russian Federation
... energy resources while maintaining safety; 9) encouragement of highquality, sustainable tourism. An efficiency analysis of these principles showed that the level of their application for ensuring sustainable development differs. It is a result of the significant ... ... nature; therefore, at the moment, the efficiency of spatial planning is rather low. The authors find it necessary to adopt EU practices of urban planning in view of the Russian spatial potential.
1. Vladimirov, V. V., Naimark, N. I. 2002, Problemy razvitija ...
On the possibility to adopt the historical practice of applying technologies for land fertility increase in Eastern Prussia at agricultural enterprises of the Kaliningrad region
... agriculture in this territory despite the fact that the local climate conditions can hardly be called perfect according to the well-known principles of agricultural science. The authors offer an overview of scientific approaches to the reconstruction and practical application of ideas and principles of progressive agriculture consistent with a more general area of organic agriculture. Special attention is paid to the modern agricultural practice in the territory of the Kaliningrad region — former East Prussia — and the possibilities ...
On combining translator training with foreign language teaching
... linguistic and translational competences simultaneously are subdivided into analytical and reinforcement training techniques, the latter being the focus of this paper. The author argues that exercise-type activities beneficial for both TT and FLT can be practiced in full harmony with the competence-based student-centred teaching principles.
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Transzendentalphilosophie als kritische Bestimmung des Standpunkts. Eine wissenschaftstheoretische Annäherung
... Reason. Kant’s Transcendental Justification of Science. Kant-Studien, 70, pp. 409-424.
Wartenberg, Th. E., 1992. Reason and the Practice of Science. In: P. Guyer, Hg. 1992. The Cambridge Companion to Kant. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, S. 228-248.... ...
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Features of the implementation of the ACCESS international project in the Kaliningrad region based on the principles of inclusive education
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Minimising Investment Risks Through Optimising Public-Private Partnership: The Case of the Kaliningrad Region
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The Flow of Gas with Dispersed Particles in a Cylindrical Channel at a Subsonic Speed
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Social and Economic Space Compression in Border Areas: the Case of the Northwestern Federal District
... “compression” of social and economic space has been the subject of quite a few studies in the past decades. There are two principle types of compression: communicative, that is, associated with the development of transport and information systems, ... ... praktike ego gosudarstvennogo regulirovanija [Compression of the socio-economic area: a new theory of regional development and its practice of state regulation], Moscow, p. 32—48.
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The Kaliningrad Region as a Potential Coastal Transport Cluster
... formation thereof in the Kaliningrad region. The practical significance of the article lies in justifying the production of practical recommendations for developing the region’s transport potential based on the cluster theory. One of the major results ... ... Санкт-Петербургского университета. Сер.Экономика. 2009. Вып. 1. С. 77—86.
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Kantian Ethical Humanism in Late Imperial Russia
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Mapping Poetic Bilingualism in Europe: Language Contacts and Cultural Transfers
... limited to European countries and areas with bilingual or multilingual population. The article also discusses theoretical and practical challenges in mapping poetic multilingualism in Europe.
1. Azarova, N. M., 2016. Poetic bilingualism as a means of ... ... semiotika kul'turnykh transferov: metody, printsipy, tekhnologii [Linguistics and semiotics of cultural transfers: methods, principles, technologies]. Moscow, p. 255—307.
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Kant and the Constitution of Russian Federation
... depth and consideration of the sources of these phenomena. Without a philosophical interpretation of the phenomenon of law, lawyers will be able to neither understand Kant’s “idealism”, nor explain the connection between this idealism and legal practice. The article presents two strategies corresponding to the spirit of Kant’s constitutional state in the modern Russian conditions: the principle of developing a moral (rather than competent) personality and the principle of population preservation. A necessary condition for the effectiveness of constitutional provisions is an increase in the moral and cultural level, which can be facilitated ...
Similarities and differences in curricula of a bachelor’s degree in oceanology at the universities in St Petersburg, Klaipeda, and Kaliningrad
... praktiki social'nogo partnerstva: rabota PROON v regionah Rossii [Human development and implementation of social partnership practice: the work of UNDP in the Russian regions], Strategicheskoe planirovanie v regionah i gorodah Rossii. Doklady uchastnikov ... ... Reformy vysshej shkoly i principy Bolonskogo processa v sisteme rossijskogo obrazovanija [Reform of higher education and the principles of the Bologna process in the Russian education system], Social'naja politika i sociologija [Social Policy and Sociology],...
The variants of solutions to the problem of life saving in a casuistic situation by means of I. Kant's and A. Schopenhauer's ethics
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Kant's philosophical ideas in Rober Nozik's political theory
... contains an attempt to utilize Kant's notion of individual freedom and the second formula of his categorical imperative (“the principle of humanity as an end in itself”) for the justification of his libertarian “minimal state”. This article analyses ... ... № 3. P. 353—385.
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Kants praktischer Platonismus
At the centre of discussion lies the reception of Plato’s philosophy, particularly his theory of Ideas, in Kant’s moral philosophy, his ethics and his doctrine of right. Kant saw himself as a follower of Platonism insofar as its anti-empiricist principles of human conduct are concerned, although his own version of practical rationalism differs considerably from Plato’s. This is also true of Kant’s conception of freedom and of human rights. The greatest impact on Kant’s moral philosophy is due to the doctrine of the two worlds, the mundus sensibilis and the ...
Kant im Diskurs der „Technologien der Hoffnung“. Aus Anlass der 5. Wiederkehr der Verleihung der Kaliningrader Universität den Namen Kants
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A triune community: Fichte’s family law against the background of Kant’s practical philosophy (I)
... family law. The first part of the study is dedicated to Fichte’s ethical and metaphysical “deduction of marriage”, which views the family union as a natural-and-moral community of sexes, which only subsequently assumes a legal form through the principle of law. Fichte’s viewpoint is juxtaposed with Kant’s concept of family law complemented by Kant’s ideas on the metaphysics and ethics of gender and love, as well as Schopenhauer’s doctrine, which can be seen as a naturalistic profanation ...
Emotional and receptive-axiological aspects of the speech act of threat in everyday conflict communication in Russian
... State Pedagogical University], 2(97), pp. 132—138 (in Russ.).
Shahmatova, T. S., 2015. Speech act of indirect threat in the practice of forensic linguistic examination. Uchenye zapiski Kazanskogo universiteta. Ser.: Gumanitarnye nauki [Scientific notes ... ... pedagogicheskogo universiteta [Bulletin of the Orenburg State Pedagogical University], 1 (51), pp. 27—33 (in Russ.).
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Kant on Human Dignity: Autonomy, Humanity, and Human Rights
... Kant’s ethics are termed as repugnant for they place a high demand on the universalisation of maxims as a universal moral principle. As a result, they argue that there is an urgent need to rescue Kant’s ethics from the controversies surrounding maxims ... ... Natural Right or Natural Law? Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik / Annual Review of Law and Ethics, 3, pp. 11-35.
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Kant and Hegel, an alleged right and the ‘inverted world’
... understand the supersensible as a realm of laws. This interpretation is inherent in the system of not only theoretical but also practical reason. Freedom is the ‘substance’ of human existence. The unity of freedom is an idea, whose unity is presented ... ... information to save a human life rather than lies proper. The idea of ‘inverted world’ is not a formal abstraction but the principle behind the movement of historical life. A phenomenological analysis of the polemic between Kant and Constant shows that ...
‘Genuine criticism’: An unknown reception of Kant’s philosophy in early works of Schopenhauer
... on Kant’s works, etc.), as well as the first edition of Schopenhauer’s doctoral dissertation On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason (1813). The mentioned influence of Kant’s philosophy on Schopenhauer and its decisive role in ... ... associated with Kant’s notion of ‘intelligible character’.
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The concept of postulate in Kant's philosophy
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Management of Trans-boundary Water Resources: Comparing Russian and American Experiences
... Russian-Estonian Commission works in accordance with the principle of intergovernmentalism, whereas transnationalism is the founding principle of the International Joint Commission in North America. Though the Russian-Estonian Commission is more efficient in ... ... conclusions of the proponents of transnationalism in the international relations theory, who claim that the latter is more efficient. Practical significance of this paper is in the proposed recommendations for further modernization of international cooperation ...
Moral inscrutability and self-constitution in Kant (translated from the English by V. Belonogova and D. Khizanishvili, edited by V. Chaly)
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Vernunft und Glaube. Zu Kants Deduktion der Gnadenlehre
... to the principle of the good instead of vainly trying to make it dependent on one’s own deeds and thoughts. The renunciation of the attempt to justify one’s evil disposition, i.e. the moral conversion to a good disposition, is thus enabled by the principle of the good. Thus one can reasonably hope to achieve goodness in one’s moral conduct because of God’s grace. A transcendental deduction (b) has to justify conditions that enable the acquisition of rational claims. The justification of the claim of practical reason that faith is a necessary precondition of one‘s moral conduct has now to be understood as complementary to the result of the transcendental deduction of the categories, namely the restriction of theoretical reason to the sensible world....
Peritext of the Russian translation of William Hogarth’s Analysis of Beauty: a case study
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