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    Title: Disziplinierung, Zivilisierung, Moralisierung Selbstkultivierung nach Kant
    Authors: Böhme, Gernot
    Keywords: Kant;self-cultivation;modernity;enlightenment;critical theory
    Date: 2005-01
    Issue Date: 2016-08-11 15:22:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: According to Kant man is an "animal rationabile", an animal which has the potential of becoming rational. Man may therefore turn into his own "education-project". In his pedagogy Kant states that "man becomes man only through education" and furthermore distinguishes between three stages within a process he calls self-cultivation: the disciplinizing, the civilizing and the moralizing stage. The process of self-cultivation is concieved as transformation of human beings into "rational beings" and aims at overcoming the animality within man. Through a new interpretation of his three critiques this paper questions Kants perspective and tries to open up the possibility of an alternative conception of self-cultivation.
    Relation: 政治大學哲學學報, 13, 17-42
    The national Chengchi university philosophical
    Data Type: article
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