The right of necessity in Kant’s Doctrine of Right: A New Perspective / Doctoral School Lecture
by Prof. J.-C. Merle
The need of critical revisiting the legacy of 18th and 19th German Philosophy, one of the most fruitful periods in German Philosophy, lies not only in the fact that the central problems of contemporary political philosophy are implicitly or explicitly related to the legacy of the philosophices of Kant, Fichte and Hegel, but first and foremost in the reductionist and one-sided dominant interpretations of this philosophies, according to which the political philosophies of Kant, Fichte and Hegel are nothing but representatives of Eurocentrism, racism, totalitarism and anti-democratic visions of social life. An approach to these philosophies, free from contemporary prejudices or preconceptions, will contribute to a deconstruction of the mentioned current interpretations.
19:30h – 21.30h