Freedom in Kant

The present article retraces the question of the freedom in Kant, who must be seen in the relation with the practical philosophy of the right. Therefore, it interests to need the concept internal and external freedom, relating the first one with the beginning of the autonomy, as well as the distinction between moral and right. Initially, to show that the freedom is a pure rational concept that if finds detached from the experience completely. Second, to emphasize that the freedom concept proves its existence through laws derived from the pure reason for efetivao of choices, that are deriving of practical principles. I will conclude that the freedom is basic point of all the kantiano system and condition of the moral law, and that the state in the quality of external freedom guarantees the coexistence of the individual freedoms.

Word-key: Kant, freedom, right, moral, state. Abstract: This article you tell issues of freedom in Kant, which must be seen in relation you the practical philosophy of law. Therefore, it is interesting you defines the concept of freedom internal and eXternal, relating you the first principle of autonomy well the distinction between morality and law. Initially, you the show that freedom is pure rational concept which is completely disconnected from the experience. Second, you emphasize that the concept of freedom you prove its existence by laws derived from pure reason will be the execution of choices, which ploughs derived from practical principles. Conclude that freedom is basic point of the entire system and condition of the moral Kantian law, and that the state the individual guarantor of freedom outside the coexistence of liberties. Key words: Kant, freedom, law, moral, state. 1 Introduction Of beginning, becomes necessary to stand out that the freedom is a pure rational concept, that is, this means that it meets detached from the experience completely.

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| October 27th, 2012 | Posted in General |

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