Immanuel Kant

1st Edition

Arthur Ripstein

Routledge
Published July 4, 2008
Reference - 580 Pages
ISBN 9780754627883 - CAT# Y236737
Series: International Library of Essays in the History of Social and Political Thought

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Summary

Kant casts a long shadow over contemporary debates in political philosophy. The Kantian roots of ideas of dignity, autonomy, equality and freedom under law are widely acknowledged. Kant’s own developments of those ideas in his explicitly political writings are taken up less frequently. The aim of this volume is to help bring those contributions out of the shadows. The articles and essays explore various dimensions of Kant’s complex and powerful picture of the relation between morality and politics that Kant develops.

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