Reidar Maliks Kant's Politics in Context

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Kant's Politics in Context

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The book is well-written and the arguments are well-established. I highly recommend the book for anyone who is interested in Kant's moral and political philosophy. (Aref Ebadi, Political Studies Review)

The book nicely illuminates Kants political philosophy in its socio-historical context... The book is well-written and the arguments are well-established. I highly recommend the book for anyone who is interested in Kants moral and political philosophy. (Aref Ebadi, University of Nottingham)

In Kants Politics in Context, Reidar Maliks convincingly sketches how Kants theorizing responded not only to the French Revolutions often harrowing consequences but also to friends and foes who sought to use Kants philosophy to make sense of those events...Both goals are admirably met, and the result is a lively image of Kant among his contemporaries during an extremely rich period of political philosophizing. (Lydia L. Moland, International Philosophical Quarterly)

This book situates Kants political writings in relation to the sociopolitical context of his day. As such, it is an important contribution to the literature on Kants political philosophy...This is an excellent book and should be read by anyone with an interest in Kant or enlightenment political philosophy. (Jonathan Peterson, Loyola University, New Orleans, Ethics)

This is scholarship at a very high level. Scrupulously well argued and rigorously structured, Maliks's book offers some fascinating insights into Kant's political philosophy and his times. (Los Angeles Review of Books)

Kant's Politics in Context is a remarkable piece of scholarship. Unusually, it will make for stimulating reading for Kant scholars―who have much to gain from Maliks's contextualist approach―as well as serving as a clear introduction to Kant's political theory. ...we can be thankful to Reidar Maliks for restoring to full view the teleology of a human being urgently and consummately engaged with the political issues of his day. (Ben Holland, History of European Ideas)

Maliks' groundbreaking study shows that Kant's solutions appear much less mysterious once the development in Kant's thought is connected to the contemporaneous debates on the political implications of his philosophy (Sofie Møller, European Journal of Politcal Theory)

Reidar Maliks' Kant's Politics in Context is a much needed addition to the literature on Kant's legal and political philosophy. ...Maliks throws considerable light onto the development of Kant's legal and political thought and provides an invaluable picture of the German public sphere during that time. ...It is a significant contribution to recent Kant scholarship and, last but not least, a fascinating read (Alice Pinheiro Walla, The Philosophical Quarterly)

it is beyond doubt that Maliks' argument succeeds in revealing the significance of Kant's distinctive philosophy of politics and law in the face of alternative political-legal visions found in that period of European intellectual history. (Mehmet Ruhi Demiray, Contemporary Political Theory)

this is scholarship at a very high level. Scrupulously well argued and rigorously structured, Malik's book offers some fascinating insights into Kant's political philosophy and his times. (Mike Wayne, Los Angeles Review of Books)

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Kants Politics in Context shows how Kant developed his legal and political philosophy in an environment of controversy between conservative and radical observers of the French Revolution. Reidar Maliks argues that Kant recognized in the Revolution of 1789 his own concept of equal freedom, which he in the following decade developed into a theory of law and the state. This concept of freedom was at the root of his condemnation of paternalistic government, which makes persons dependent on the good will of a ruler, and his denunciation of direct democracy, which subjects persons to the arbitrary decisions of a majority. It led Kant to develop a republican constitutionalism, where persons are free and independent because they are subject only to law.
That Kant idealized the public sphere is well known, but that he intentionally developed his own philosophy in polemical articles and pamphlets aimed for a wide audience has not been fully appreciated. Paying attention to the debates he sparked during the 1790s- where radical followers like Fichte, Erhard, and Bergk clashed with conservative critics like Rehberg, Möser, and Gentz- can help us understand Kants political philosophy. The first comprehensive account of Kants politics in context, this book provides a fresh perspective both on a foundational moment for modern political philosophy and on Kants central political concepts, including freedom, rights, citizenship, revolution, and war.

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