Kant's Doctrine of Right: A Commentary
Graduate studies at Western
Cambridge University Press (2010)
|Abstract||Introduction and methods of interpretation -- The idea of the juridicial state and the postulate of public law -- The state of nature and the three leges -- Iustitia tutatrix, iustitia commutativa, and iustitia distributiva and their differences -- The right to freedom -- The permissive law in the Doctrine of right -- The external mine and thine -- Intelligible possession of land -- The "state in the idea" -- The state in reality -- International and cosmopolitan law -- The "idea of public law" and its limits -- Contract law I : Why must I keep my promise? -- Contract law II : Kant's table of contracts -- Criminal punishment -- The human being as a person -- On the logic of "'ought' implies 'can'" -- The system of rules of imputation.|
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