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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

Political Conflict, Moral Progress and Hope

Conflict
 
Political Theory
 
Ethics
 
Panel Number
P332
Panel Chair
Paola Romero
The London School of Economics & Political Science
Panel Co-Chair
Sebastian Orlander
Keele University
Panel Discussant
Howard Williams
Cardiff University

Time
25/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: VMP 9 Floor: 3 Room: A316
Abstract
In spite of interpretations which view Kant’s political theory as trying to do away with political conflict and to relegate it to the private sphere, Kant regards conflict as real and significant – for instance, as a factor which leads to moral progress. Papers in this panel examine Kant’s account of political change by focusing on Kant’s related views on conflict, progress and hope, and by exploring their relevance for some important current issues, such as sustainability, peace and democratisation.

Paper List


Title Details
Kant and Political Conflict View Paper Details
Kantian Anthropology and a Sustainable Orientation for the Future View Paper Details
What Does it Take to Achieve Perpetual Peace? View Paper Details
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