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Political Research Exchange

Kantian Political Theory and Global Change

Democratisation
 
Political Theory
 
Ethics
 
Panel Number
P243
Panel Chair
Oliver Eberl
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Panel Co-Chair
Marie Newhouse
University of Surrey
Panel Discussant
Christopher Murphy
Keele University

Time
25/08/2018 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: VMP 9 Floor: 3 Room: A316
Abstract
The significance of Kant’s political theory is most clearly visible in his later works, including the Metaphysics of Morals. This work has been examined seriously only more recently, having been for a long time underestimated as merely the result of Kant’s old age. Consequently, various aspects of Kant’s political theory and their implications for the various issues which confront us today are still in need of clarification. Papers in this panel have precisely this twofold aim: to illuminate some significant aspect of Kant’s political thought (for instance, the distinction between formal and material wrong, the relation between theory and practice, political obligation or prudence), and to examine its implications for some concrete challenging issue (for instance, the use of public spaces, racism, crisis situations, democratisation).

Paper List


Title Details
Can the State Be Materially Wronged? View Paper Details
Kant on Political Obligation in Crisis Situations View Paper Details
Kant on Race and 'Barbarism' View Paper Details
Kant on Theory and Practice. View Paper Details
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