Mark D. White argues that Kant's classical liberalism should be ours as well.
Gregory Salmieri doesn't think so....
Stephen R. C. Hicks argues that if our case for liberty comes from a mysterious other realm, then perhaps we have no case at all.
Roderick T. Long offers a complex view of Immanuel Kant, who emerges as more often liberal in principle than in practice.
Roderick Long looks at Rousseau's influence on Kant's theories of property and government.
Kant committed to a view of justice that is at odds with the classical liberal one.
Kant's philosophy is flawed, says Roderick Long, but the errors are understandable and made in good faith, says Roderick Long.
Professor Hicks explains why metaphysics and the rationales of actions can't be so easily dismissed.
Gregory Salmieri notices a gap between Kant's theory of duty and Mark D. White's.