Alessandro Pinzani

Il cittadino in Kant tra liberalismo e repubblicanesimo

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In the revival of the republican tradition an author who called himself a republican, Kant, is missing in the debate. This is partly dued to some ambivalences in his political thought, which mixes elements of both the republican and the liberal position and gives of them a peculiar interpretation. The present essay shows this ambivalence with regard to the central questions of citizenship and of the relationship of individuals and state.

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