The paper aims to investigate the double-faced character of Kant's political philosophy, which is focused on elements that properly refer to the N.I. side of politics, as the empirical character of legitimacy and the irrational constitution of political power as well. Accordingly, Kant's relation to modern political fundamentals like soveregnty, violence and the state will be thematized. Thus, Kant's challenge to modern political monism will be presented as a new path toward contemporary law and state theory.

Kant and Non-Ideal Theory

DE FEDERICIS, NICO
2013

Abstract

The paper aims to investigate the double-faced character of Kant's political philosophy, which is focused on elements that properly refer to the N.I. side of politics, as the empirical character of legitimacy and the irrational constitution of political power as well. Accordingly, Kant's relation to modern political fundamentals like soveregnty, violence and the state will be thematized. Thus, Kant's challenge to modern political monism will be presented as a new path toward contemporary law and state theory.
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