Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie 68 (1):23 - 41 (2006)

Kant's philosophy of history as well as his philosophy of religion are bound to his practical philosophy: both presuppose it and both belong to it as necessary supplementations. This fact, now, has time and again led to the attempt to interpret Kant's philosophy of right and of history on the one hand and his philosophy of morals and of religion on the other hand as being bound together within one and the same doctrine of the highest good. This attempt must fail, and indeed from principal reasons, because the two fields never touch or, let alone, overlap each other. It actually is nothing other thanconfounding the world of phaenomena with the world of noumena, worldly matters with heavenly matters, the last end of nature with the final end of creation
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