Immanuel Kant and John Wesley
Composed or Translated by
Philip McPherson Rudisill
BLOGS Concerning Kant, Wesley et al. and Featuring
Works By and Essays Concerning Kant
Abraham: Morally A Monster?
An article (co-authored with Stephen R. Palmquist) published in the October, 2009, edition of The Journal of Religion of the University of Chicago and defending Abraham against Kant's charge of immoral conduct in the attempted slaying of Abraham's son. See also a related addendum: Further Analogies.
How Does The Student Know The Answer To 7+5?
And without ever having been informed about any number beyond 11? Composed 2001.
Drawing Circles In The Air
Expanded essay of one originally published in Kant-Studien, the 2nd Issue of 1996, treating the first (A) version of the Transcendental Deduction of the Categories.
Kant In A(n Extended!!) Nutshell
Summary and exposition of Kant's The Critique of Pure Reason (CPR) Grounding of the Metaphysic of Morals (GMM), The Critique of Practical Reason (CPrR) and Religion Within The Bounds Of Sheer Reason. (Religion). Composed 2007.
Kant On The Recognition Of Dreams
An exposition of Kant's subjective and objective deductions of the categories with regard to the determination of how dreams are discerned as different from perceptions of our waking hours. This constitutes also a commentary on Kant's "Refutation of Skeptical Idealism" of René Descares. Composed 2001
Comparison of Kant and Wesley
This will be found as the translator's second appendix to Kant's
Religion Within The Bounds Of Sheer Reason
Essays Concerning John Wesley And Religion
Exposition letter to John Beyers concerning the authority of the Christian. Composed 1998.
The Golden Rule serves as a universal arbiter of the Christian conscience and is modified only by the Friends Commandment of John 15 and as expressed by Paul in Romans 14 and 1 Corinthians 10.
The Golden Rule - A Proxy For Scripture
Constitution for a Community of Sovereigns
While not immediately inspired by, certainly this essay is compatible with, and spiritually kin to, Wesley's (Standard) Sermon 30, "Upon Our Lord's Sermon On the Mount" (Discourse X), and especially paragraph 21 forward. Composed 1994.
Christian Liberty and Promise (from a Wesleyan Perspective).
Here I seek to formulate as clearly as possible the liberation of the Christian faith from the materialism of the context of its Jewish origins. Composed 2002.
Addtional Essays on Wesley and Related Themes