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|Kant y la idea del progreso indefinido de la humanidad|
|Authors: ||Talavera, P. (Pedro)|
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Citation: ||Talavera, P. (2011). "Kant y la idea del progreso indefinido de la humanidad". Anuario Filosófico, 44 (2), 335-371|
The idea of progress that underlies Modernity (and which Kant praises) has a very singular trait: its allegedly linear, irreversible and necessary character. Here we seek to analyze the fundamental dimensions of the Kantian conception of progress, and to trace its limits, appealing to a reformulation of the notion of progress, not based on autonomy, understood in terms of self-consciousness and self-sufficiency, but on the radical interdependence and solidarity of the human being and on the recovery of the idea of the “common good”.
|Permanent link: ||http://hdl.handle.net/10171/22946|
|Appears in Collections:||REV - AF - 2011, vol. 44, n. 2|
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