Thinking about the task necessary for the identification of the true moral and thus free belief in an historical belief (the Christian).
Filed under: Kant
Musing on Kant’s conception for his work on rational religion and how the atonement aspects relate with the thinking of John Wesley. Not proofread.
Continue May 4, 2013
Kant considers Christianity to be fundamentally a moral religion, while Islam is extortionist. A discussion of this along with other concerns about Islam, and how Christianity and Islam can both assure the world that neither Christian nor Muslim may understand any alleged communication from God as calling for something understood to be immoral, e.g., the slaying of innocent children.
Continue April 30, 2013
Here I am inspired by Kant’s thinking on Jesus and the human and am toying with how Jesus could be presented as a model for every human, i.e., not so much as a divine being, but as another person who did what all people are called to do, but who do not. If we make Jesus a God we may love and worship him, but we will not emulate him.
Continue March 15, 2013
Another stab at grasping and clarifying the solution of the Third Antinomy in the Dialect of Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason
Continue August 31, 2012
Playing with Kant’s notion of a unification or agreement of a World of Nature and a World of Morals, especially with regard to the blinking at the world.
Continue April 12, 2012
Brief presentation of my present understanding of Kant’s “moral need” for postulating the highest good as the purpose of the moral law.
Continue April 8, 2012
Taking a hint from Kant I am musing and dreaming about a unification of the present world and the moral world of the Highest Good.
Continue April 7, 2012
Here i attempt to briefly present Kant’s work on practical reason in the context of his preceding work with speculative reason, and with special emphasis on the need of practical reason for freedom, God and the immortal soul.
Continue April 4, 2012
God unfolds to his angels a creation which they are not able to understand and yet who see it as a fact before their eyes. Inspired and unedited.
Continue March 9, 2012