Kant as the German Theorist of the French Revolution: the Origin of a Dogma
The origins in Marxist-Leninist philosophy of the dogma about Kant as the German theorist of the French Revolution requires some analysis and I explain how a phrase of Marx later gave rise to the dogma. I first look at the sources that influenced K. Marx’s view of Kant and the French Revolution, above all С. F. Bachmann and H. Heine. I then examine the ...
A Relation to the Politikal Revolution as a Touchstone for Practical Philosophy
... published under the title “Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking” in Kantovsky Sbornik (issues 3—4, 2014). The critical analysis focuses on the practical conclusion, in which Prof Kruglov expresses his negative attitude to the French Revolution and shows ambiguous disapproval of Kant’s positive attitude to it. This ambiguity can discredit modern practical philosophy, which has to present to the society clear and stable statements that can be understood by most readers. Otherwise,...
Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part I.
... transformation of the way of thinking (Denkungsart), disposition (Gesinnung), the inner world of the self (Innern), and transformations relating to the formation of noumenal nature. Nevertheless, in the 90s, under the influence of “enthusiasm” aroused by the French revolution, he emphasises a restricted social and political meaning of revolution, however, interpreting it as a sign ofhistorical progress and progress in implementing natural law.Unstinting support for the French revolution, despite acknowledging the ...
History in Transcription and Transcription as History: Charles Bally in Soviet Linguistics
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Kant and his time — the essay Toward Perpetual Peace against the background of the French Revolution and ensuing wars
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“The point of departure of peoples determines their fate”: Peter Chaadaev and Alexis de Tocqueville
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Antecedents to the idea of constitutional control in the French legal thought of the Enlightenment
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No politics: François Guizot’s historiosophy before 1814
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Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part II
... coherent thinking. Moreover, the re¬quirement of independent thinking is limited by the idea of universal human reason, although Kant is not always consistent in distinguishing between reason and understanding in this context. Unstinting support for the French revolution, despite acknowledging the illegitimate nature of social and political revolutions per se, made Kant revise the ideals of enlightenment, which he pursued earlier. It affected even the philosopher’s attitude to his contemporaries. Observing ...
Events and narration in socio-cultural practices
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