The right to visit of which Kant speaks in the “Third definitive article on perpetual peace” requires, precisely becauseof its theoretical framework, to be inscribed in a broader register, that is to say one that does not only concern the specificallypolitical and legal aspects of the cosmopolitical project, but makes reference to the issue concerning the very sense in which thepossession of reason can legitimately be referred to man. Only thus is it possible theoretically to access in an informed way themain sense of the Kantian cosmopolitical project and the theme of universal hospitality. And this is perhaps the way in whichKant himself, in responding to the urgent issues of his day, can indirectly provide us too with decisive suggestions for working outconcrete proposals on the issue of hospitality and pacific cohabitation among peoples.
|Numero di pagine||18|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|