La prudenza del carattere. Kant e i due volti dell'antropologia pragmatica

In S. Guidi & A. Lucci (eds.), The Domain of the Human. Anthropological Frontiers in Modern and Contemporary Thought. pp. 93-104 (2013)
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The essay investigates the question of the transition from a physiological view of anthropology to one ‘from a pragmatic point of view’ in the work of Immanuel Kant. The concepts this thinking hinges on are those of ‘prudence’ and ‘character’, which are crucial for the break that Kant’s anthropological thought represents with that of earlier and later philosophy.



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Riccardo Martinelli
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