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Posts tagged ‘Immanuel Kant’

Romanticism and technology

by / RP 072 (Jul/Aug 1995) / Article


Feminism and the Enlightenment

by / RP 063 (Spring 1993) / Article


Feminism and Pragmatism

by / RP 059 (Autumn 1991) / Article

When two women ascended to the Supreme Court of Minnesota, Catherine MacKinnon asked: ‘Will they use the tools of law as women, for all women?’ She continued as follows:

I think that the real feminist issue is not whether biological males or biological females hold positions of power, although it is utterly essential that women …


Revealing the Truth of Art

by / RP 058 (Summer 1991) / Article


Cornelius Castoriadis

by , and / RP 056 (Autumn 1990) / Interview


Nietzsche: The Subject of Morality

by / RP 054 (Spring 1990) / Article


Boundaries Versus Binaries

Bakhtin in/against the History of Ideas
by / RP 054 (Spring 1990) / Article


Socialism, Feminism and Men

by / RP 053 (Autumn 1989) / Article


The Politics of Fulfilment and Transfiguration

by / RP 047 (Autumn 1987) / Article


The Narration of an Unhappy Consciousness

Lukács, Marxism, the Novel, and Beyond
by / RP 043 (Summer 1986) / Article


Materialism, Realism and the Reflection Theory

by / RP 033 (Spring 1983) / Article


Philosophy and Social Work

by / RP 031 (Summer 1982) / Article


Kant as a problem for Marxism

by / RP 019 (Spring 1978) / Article

The relation between the thought of Immanuel Kant and the Marxist movement has been a distinctly problematic one. Kant, as the founder of the German idealist school, was recognised by Marx as one important precursor of his own theory in a general sense. But his understanding of any specific importance in Kantian thought – while …


Marxism and Morality

by / RP 008 (Summer 1974) / Article


Fielding and the Moralists

by / RP 006 (Winter 1973) / Article


The Metaphysics of LSD

With a Reply to Gretton
by and / RP 003 (Winter 1972) / Article