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Кант в Аушвіці. Звичаєвість та інституції

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dc.contributor.author Циба, В'ячеслав
dc.date.accessioned 2017-07-17T06:37:31Z
dc.date.available 2017-07-17T06:37:31Z
dc.date.issued 2016
dc.identifier.citation Циба В'ячеслав Миколайович. Кант в Аушвіці. Звичаєвість та інституції / В. Циба // Філософська думка. - 2016. - № 1. - С. 64-74. uk
dc.identifier.uri http://ekmair.ukma.edu.ua/handle/123456789/11765
dc.description The article examines the problems with moral interaction raised where systematic state violence substitutes the institutions of law. It is argued that practical deeds, because of presupposed unity of subjective willing and objective moral aim, need some publicity principles of normativity which can be realized in social and political institutions. If, therefore, regulative rules could not be based upon unity of the will of a community of possible moral actors, the core of categorical imperative would be deprived of its universal positive law- making power. The author issues the challenge, what if Kant himself could follow his ethical prescriptions having no rights and sufficient trust between him and his participants in a moral deal, i.e. in the realm of total unpublicity. A kind of such possibility was entirely fulfilled in conditions of concentration camps. The camp world, the so called death-world, existed as absolute privacy without structures of solidarity and criteria of human dignity. A world like this ruins institutions for self-realization of a rational human moral nature, as reason itself. It is suggested that Kant’s idea of anthroponomy may involve, albeit not worked-out enough, a good ground to connect subjective freedom with both (a) the meta- physics of morality and (b) nonremovability of political struggle. en
dc.language.iso uk uk
dc.subject категоричний імператив uk
dc.subject нормативність uk
dc.subject людська гідність uk
dc.subject стаття uk_UA
dc.title Кант в Аушвіці. Звичаєвість та інституції uk
dc.type Article uk
dc.status published earlier uk
dc.relation.source Філософська думка uk


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