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Chapter 7: Time and moral selfhood in the thought of Immanuel Kant and Karl Barth

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This paper defends the cogency of Karl Barh's presentation of the interplay between human moral agency and the nature of time, and suggests that Barth's theology offers an alternative to the unstable conceptions of moral character that result from contemporary culture's absorption in a bare present moment. The argument proceeds by examining the differing implications for moral selfhood of the accounts of time offered by Barth and by Immanuel Kant. Where Kant's philosophy of time is informed b...

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University of Aberdeen
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