Kant's permissive law: Critical rights, sceptical politics

British Journal for the History of Philosophy 17 (3):567 – 600 (2009)
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In recent years, English-language scholars have begun to approach the daunting field of Kant's politics by way of its technical core: the deduction of private right. In this interpretive project, t...

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