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Such distinction is helpful, but to cut the human subject in mutually exclusive parts without seeing them as intrinsically united in one and the same person is misguided. That is exactly what Axinn attempts to do. He finds himself in the predicament of being unable to ascribe moral progress on the one hand and unsociableness and evil on the other to the same human being. , p. 55. Reiss, 1956, p. 187. , p. 55. Reiss, 1956, p. 185. Kant and the Limits of Civil Obedience 303 be simultaneously social and unsocial, he safely concludes that as individuals we are not apt to gain all that we seek.

He finds himself in the predicament of being unable to ascribe moral progress on the one hand and unsociableness and evil on the other to the same human being. , p. 55. Reiss, 1956, p. 187. , p. 55. Reiss, 1956, p. 185. Kant and the Limits of Civil Obedience 303 be simultaneously social and unsocial, he safely concludes that as individuals we are not apt to gain all that we seek. He sees mankind [however] through history pursuing the goal of a perfectly moral world and making progress toward that.

Not only is it our passive duty to hope for such improvement, but duty calls upon us to act as well. We shall argue that for a Kantian civilian it is a duty to reason freely and to criticize laws that are not in harmony with the transcendental principles of the state. There is no guarantee that our criticism will result in improvement of the constitution, but hope is, Kantianly speaking, all we have. 2. Obedience and the Categorical Imperative We shall now investigate the two-fold root of the claim that all citizens have to obey the laws of the state.

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