Radical Evil and Moral Responsibility in Kant's Philosophy

fazel boostan; mohammad shokry; Ali Mradkhani

Volume 9, Issue 1 , August 2020, , Pages 41-56


  Kant in Religion Within the Bounds of Bare Reason, offers the theory that human nature is essentially a radical evil. Kant's argument for Radical evil consists mainly of two parts; One is man's innate desire for evil and the other is the claim that radical evil is universality. By rejecting the theory ...  Read More

Hegel’s Perception of Religion in the Lectures of the Philosophy of Religion

Ali Mradkhani; Parizad Sinaee

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 105-117

  Hegel was the first philosopher who set forth some issues as the philosophy of religion while teaching in Berlin. His perception of religion was more than common understanding, and it was also different from his contemporaneous understanding. Unlike the others, he neither put the religion aside from ...  Read More