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Man's Freedom and Dignity. On the Occasion of the 200th Anniversary of Immanuel Kant's Death

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Faculty of Philosophy of the Society of Jesus; [email protected]
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Keywords
  • Kant
  • Ethics
  • Human Dignity
  • Freedom
Disciplines
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science

Abstract

In between science and politics, when we speak about human dignity today, we are confronted either with bad relativism or, under the pressure exerted by modern sciences, with utilitarian ethics rooted in a reductionist understanding of man. What is at stake, namely, is the human, the understanding of human being.

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