[Ebook] ↠ Per la pace perpetua Author Immanuel Kant – Varanus.us

Per la pace perpetua Per La Pace Perpetua Books Author Immanuel Kant Jobs In Kingston.co.uk Scritto Nel 1795, Questo Progetto Etico Giuridico Di Kant Recepisce Tutte Le Sollecitazioni Di Uno Scenario Politico Internazionale In Radicale Mutamento E Le Rielabora In Una Riflessione Molto Avanzata Al Centro Di Essa C L Ideale Della Pace E La Ricerca Delle Sue Condizioni Di Possibilit.La Rivoluzione Americana, Con Il Suo Esito Federalistico, E La Rivoluzione Francese, Con La Dichiarazione Dei Diritti Dell Uomo E Del Cittadino, Aprono Nuove Prospettive Sul Terreno Della Moralit , Del Diritto E Della Storia E All Ordinamento Repubblicano Dello Stato, Al Debole Diritto Delle Genti, Kant Avverte La Necessit Di Affiancare Nuovi, Pi Elevati Istituti Giuridici In Grado Di Unire I Popoli E Abolire La Guerra.

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    I m only half way through, but a terribly interesting little book Kant essentially treats nations as persons and then applies his categorical imperitive, particularly its second formation from the Groundwork treat people as ends, never means as the basis for creating perpetual peace Very interesting point he makes about democracies being despotic by definition but I think this is avoided by the notion of separation of powers All the same, he has me thinking about this His point being that a democracy, by definition, is required to have the same power enforcing its will as that which creates its will And this is the will of the majority over the minority So, there is no separation of powers and this is not really a republic, but a despotism Like I said, I think the separation of powers between the administrative functions of government and the legislative functions are enough to overcome this concern, but I might need to think about this some .There is an absolutely fantastic footnote in which a Greek king wishes to end the strife he is facing with the Bulgarian Prince by challenging him to a duel you know, pistols at dawn and the response is, If a blacksmith has tongs he never picks up a piece of glowing iron from the fire with his bare hands Ah, the joys of having a personal army Must get myself some followers.He believes that if all nations were republics then there could be no wars If only he und...


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    Edited An ambitious essay, self indulgently ambitious Many political theorists use this essay to analyze the Cold War and consider the EU or UN as a product much like Kantian federation of states, which I think is ridiculous considering that Kant was writing in the 1790s and addressing 18th century European warfare, but later in the 19th and 20th century the purposes and scales of war changed radically However, even if we only situate Kant s theory in his age, I still don t think his blueprint would work Kant basically derived a political formula from his previous works, mostly Metaphysics of Moral and Practical Reason then he added some tinge of pragmatism into it and when things seemed unlikely to work out, he mixed it with some idealism about human nature in general, and in the end he presented a...


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    Before reading this, keep in mind that what you re holding in your hands is the starting point and foundation of contemporary liberal thought This book is Kants peace program proposition, where he lists the 9 pillars for attaining perpetual peace 1 No secret treaty of peace shall be held valid in which there is tacitly reserved matter for a future war 2 No independent states, large or small, shall come under the dominion of another state by inheritance, exchange, purchase, or donation 3 Standing armies shall in time be totally abolished 4 National debts shall not be contracted with a view to the external friction of states 5 No state shall by force interfere with the constitution or government of another state 6 No state shall, during war, permit such acts of hostility which would make mutual confidence in the su...


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    C un detto, dal suono certo un po fanfaronesco, che ormai circola come proverbio, e che tuttavia vero fiat iustitia, pereat mundus, ed un eccellente principio del diritto, che elimina tutte le strade storte previste dall inganno e dalla violenza a patto per che non venga frainteso, cio come permesso di utilizzare il proprio diritto con la massima severit , e che venga invece inteso come obbligo dei potenti di non rifiutare, o di non limitare, a nessuno il suo diritto a causa di un avversione o compassione per altri Non saprei neanche da dove iniziare per scrivere una recensione.E pensare che al liceo filosofia non la potevo sopportare.Kant, sei vecchio di secoli ma scrivevi pi chiaramente...


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    Cuando uno se pone a leer a Kant, lo hace con el respeto que le causa saber que se encuentra ante uno de los mayores eruditos de su tiempo Un tipo que invirti literalmente toda su vida a la raz n, al conocimiento y a explorar los l mites tanto de uno como del otro.Por eso, decid empezar por algo sencillo , alejado de sus trabajos cr ticos, que adem s trataba de un tema poco habitual en Kant, sumado a su brevedad que hac an de este un producto dif cilmente rechazable Sobre la paz perpetua es un ensayo pol tico en el cual se intenta mostrar, de un modo te rico por supuesto, las claves para alcanzar un gobierno ideal, entendiendo como ideal aquel que asegure una estabilidad y pacifismo permanentes y no que asegure la felicidad de sus habitantes.Algunas de las ideas de Kant son muy interesantes y modernas, como por ejemplo, la libertad de los ciudadanos de moverse libremente entre pa ses, la creencia en la creaci n de una confederaci n internacional que asegure el estado de paz y la apuesta por una rep blica pura, aunque eso s , bajo la supervisi n de un monarca Algo que, sinceramente, chirr a mucho.M s all de estos elementos Kant desvar a bastante, da consejos sobre como gobernar bas ndose en hipot ticas y retorcidas situaciones que muy rara vez se dan Toda esta forma de proceder no se deriva sino de la costumbre usual que ten a este se or de plantear hip tesis sin par...


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