Kant on Property: The Problem of Permissive Law

Tierney, Brian
April 2001
Journal of the History of Ideas;Apr2001, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p301
Academic Journal
Discusses the internal structure of the Doctrine of Right for inquiry on Kant's appeal to permissive natural law in theory of property. Argument on the existence of unjust state constitution in permissive laws of reason; Conflict on natural law from the argument of Kant; Consideration of natural law as law of reason.


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