Category: Philosophers

Kant and Right to Lie 0

Kant and Right to Lie

Lying and philosophy: three approaches Immanuel Kant treats lies in his short essay entitled On a supposed right to lie from Benevolent Motives, as a reaction to the text of Benjamin Constant (political reactions),...

Habermas and Communication Theory 0

Habermas and Communication Theory

Communication is a central concept in the philosophy of the German philosopher Jürgen Habermas. This term is also about misunderstandings because it is often associated with the ordinary meaning. However, the concept of communication...

Nietzsche: Memory and Forgetting 0

Nietzsche: Memory and Forgetting

Against the classical philosophical tradition, which can be described as hypermnesic, Nietzsche poses against Plato’s theory of reminiscence, forgetting that a positive, it is even a condition sine qua non of happiness: forget is...

Kant and Freedom Definition 0

Kant and Freedom Definition

In Kant philosophy, Freedom is defined as a concept which is involved in the moral domain, at the question: what should I do? In summary, Kant says that the moral law is only that...