|Title:||Kant and Social Policies|
andrea faggion, nuria sánchez madrid Kant and alessandro pinzani
|Description:||Th is volume aims at exploring the potentiality of Kant’s political and juridical philosophy to cast light over current social challenges and policy making at a global scale. Th e contributions focus on key issues of Kant’s political theory as the philosophical foundation of human rights, the account of the right to citizenship, social dynamics and the scope of global justice, with the intent to open up new avenues in the fi eld of Kantian studies. Th e authors of the volume share the impression that Kant’s republicanism should not be viewed as a historical feature that should be seen nowadays as irremediably obsolete and unable to helpfully inspire current policies. Nevertheless, they do not will to oversee the inner contradictions and tensions that Kant’s political model entails.|
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