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The Resource Kant's political philosophy, [by] Howard Williams

Kant's political philosophy, [by] Howard Williams

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Kant's political philosophy
Title
Kant's political philosophy
Statement of responsibility
[by] Howard Williams
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Language
eng
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Williams, Howard L
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  • Political science
  • Kant, Immanuel
  • Kant, Immanuel
  • Kant, Immanuel
Label
Kant's political philosophy, [by] Howard Williams
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-284) and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pt. 1. Man and history. Optimism -- History and teleology -- Man's unsociable sociablility -- Authority and society -- Providence and world peace -- Teleology and morality -- Pt. 2. The moral world and the political world. Introduction -- The moral law -- The will and freedom -- Theory and practice -- Practical reason and politics -- The moral politician -- Kant and Machiavelli -- Pt. 3. The metaphysics of justice. Kant's dualistic concept of man -- The two types of moral law -- The distinction between ethics and right -- Human nature and justice -- A negative concept of freedom -- The weaknesses of Kant's concept of justice -- Pt. 4. The concept of property. Property in political theory -- Kant's concept of property -- The "natural right" to property -- Property and coercion -- Pt. 5. The contractual relations of civil society. The theory of punishment -- Retribution with Kant and Hegel -- Contract -- Marriage and the role of women -- Pt. 6. Kant and the ideals of liberalism. Introduction -- A patriotic freedom -- Equality -- Independence -- The principle of publicity -- Pt. 7. The philosophical foundations of the state. Civil society and the state -- The a priori justification of the state -- The three aspects of a constitution -- The form of government and the form of sovereignty -- The idea of the state and citizenship -- The social contract -- Pt. 8. Authority and the state. Individual welfare and the welfare of the state -- Resistance to the sovereign -- Kant and the French Revolution -- The principles of reform -- Pt. 9. Two Marxist views of Kant's political philosophy. Introduction -- The social nature of knowledge -- A tragic vision of man -- Marcuse: objections to Kant's concept of freedom -- Pt. 10. Kant's plan for international peace: the highest political good and the highest moral good. Introduction -- The preconditions for peace -- The conditions for peace: the three definitive articles -- Perpetual peace: the religious dilemma -- The merits of Kant's political philosophy.
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Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
X-292 pages
Isbn
9780631131236
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Kant's political philosophy, [by] Howard Williams
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-284) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Pt. 1. Man and history. Optimism -- History and teleology -- Man's unsociable sociablility -- Authority and society -- Providence and world peace -- Teleology and morality -- Pt. 2. The moral world and the political world. Introduction -- The moral law -- The will and freedom -- Theory and practice -- Practical reason and politics -- The moral politician -- Kant and Machiavelli -- Pt. 3. The metaphysics of justice. Kant's dualistic concept of man -- The two types of moral law -- The distinction between ethics and right -- Human nature and justice -- A negative concept of freedom -- The weaknesses of Kant's concept of justice -- Pt. 4. The concept of property. Property in political theory -- Kant's concept of property -- The "natural right" to property -- Property and coercion -- Pt. 5. The contractual relations of civil society. The theory of punishment -- Retribution with Kant and Hegel -- Contract -- Marriage and the role of women -- Pt. 6. Kant and the ideals of liberalism. Introduction -- A patriotic freedom -- Equality -- Independence -- The principle of publicity -- Pt. 7. The philosophical foundations of the state. Civil society and the state -- The a priori justification of the state -- The three aspects of a constitution -- The form of government and the form of sovereignty -- The idea of the state and citizenship -- The social contract -- Pt. 8. Authority and the state. Individual welfare and the welfare of the state -- Resistance to the sovereign -- Kant and the French Revolution -- The principles of reform -- Pt. 9. Two Marxist views of Kant's political philosophy. Introduction -- The social nature of knowledge -- A tragic vision of man -- Marcuse: objections to Kant's concept of freedom -- Pt. 10. Kant's plan for international peace: the highest political good and the highest moral good. Introduction -- The preconditions for peace -- The conditions for peace: the three definitive articles -- Perpetual peace: the religious dilemma -- The merits of Kant's political philosophy.
  • rc
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
X-292 pages
Isbn
9780631131236
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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