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In the Shadow of the Critique of Pure Reason: The Results of the Critical Philosophy Taken Into Kant’s Legal and Political Philosophy

Howard Williams


When we focus in detail on Kant`s account of property, the theory of punishment, the definition of citizenship and the theory of the state, the underlying framework provided in his novel undertaking of critical philosophy is often disregarded. My objective here is to bring that underlying framework into view by looking briefly at the Critique of Pure Reason from the standpoint of its prodigious influence on the presentation of Kant’s practical philosophy and so his legal and political philosophy.


Metaphysics; Critique; Practical Point of View.


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Kant, Immanuel (1900ss.) Gesammelte Schriften (29 vols.). Berlin: Akademie der Wissenschaften.


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