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Pearl Necklace said...

This leads us to the fourth question raised about
Kant's text. It is clear that the universal (that is, not associated with any
private purpose) application of the mind is the human Swoboda
this application can only be achieved purely negatively, through
the lack of any prosecutions; but as can be provided by public
the use of reason? Obviously, Aufkl(rung can not be understood only as
universal process, exciting all of humanity or as a duty,
prescribed individuals - Aufkl(rung is also political
problem. Question, anyway, is how can application
mind to take the necessary for a public form as it is courage knowledge
[l' audace de savoir] can be carried out in broad daylight, at that time, as
men obey with the greatest possible accuracy. Kant, finally, almost
a candid manner offers Frederick II, a kind of contract. It
a contract between rational despotism with free reason:
free public use of Autonomous reason will be the best guarantee
obedience, thus, however, the condition that the political principle that
it was necessary to obey, he will be in harmony with the universal mind.

Pearl Necklace said...

That is why sympathy is compensated for her steamy figure --
antipathy. Antipathy keeps things in their isolation from each other
and prevents their assimilation; it encloses every species in his firm
the difference in his quest for self-preservation: "it is well known,
plants that hate each other... they say that the olive and grape
the vine hate the cabbage; the cucumber escapes olive when you consider that they
grow thanks to the warmth of the sun and the juices of the earth, it is necessary that any
shaded and dense tree would be poisonous to others, and also for wood
with lots of roots" *1). And so on to infinity, but at all times
beings living in the world, will hate each other and against whatever
any sympathy save your ferocious appetite. "Indian rat
malicious for crocodile because it was given to him by Nature as his
enemy. As soon as this brutal beast raznezhilas in the sun, it triples
to ambush him and resorted to deadly deceptions: seeing that crocodile,
blissfully sleeping with an open mouth, and she climbs in it and a wide
throat penetrates his belly gnaws the inside and only then
out of the womb killed her beast." However, the enemies in turn
watch for the rat: it is in discord with the spider, and, "repeatedly
fighting the snake, it dies". This action dislikes
remove them from each other, but equally involving them in the struggle and
make them murderers, and in turn the victims, it turns out that things and
animals and all forms of the world remain what they are.
< *1) J. Cardan. De La subtikite