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Mikhail N. Gromov. Kant’s Influence on Russian Thought

This articles sets out to give an overview as to how Russian thought was

Leonard A. Kalinnikov. Immanuel Kant on the Features of Morality and its Role in the System of Morals

The subject of this article is discussed with the help of an excursus into

Theodor I. Oizerman. Kant’s Categorical Imperative as a Subject of Critical Analysis

This article is an attempt at a comprehensive analysis of the core of Kant’s

Ivan D. Koptsev. Inferences of Understanding and Reason as Factors of Textuality in I. Kant’s Philosophical Discourse

On the basis of Kant’s texts, the author attempts to prove that two and

Vladimir N. Bryushinkin. On Logical Errors in Kant’s Table of Judgements

This article focuses on the logical inconsistency of Kant’s classification of judgements presented in

Vladimir A. Zhuchkov. The System-Building Role of the Thing-in-itself in Kant’s Philosophy

All three meanings of the notion “thing-initself” (object, subject and the transition between them),

The 12th International Kant Congress in Vienna

The 12th International Kant Congress in Vienna is dedicated to the antagonism of nature and

Luigi Caranti. Perpetual Peace and Liberal Peace: Three Misunderstandings

In the definitive articles of Toward Perpetual Peace (1795), Kant advocated three main institutional

Kant to be the symbol of the region?

Students and teachers of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University did not expect Kant’s anniversary to

X Kant Readings: Classical Reason and the Challenges of Modern Civilization. Kaliningrad, April 22—24, 2009

From the 22nd to the 24th of April, the Immanuel Kant State University of