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Kant’s Justification of Welfare Sorin Baiasu s. 1-28
If God’s Existence is Unprovable, Then is Everything Permitted? : Kant, Radical Agnosticism, and Morality Robert Hanna s. 29-69
A Kantian Defense of Abortion Rights with Respect for Intrauterine Life Bertha Alvarez Manninen s. 70-92
Kant on Law and State from the Cosmopolitan Point of View Hans Jörg Sandkühler s. 93-108
Respect Towards Elderly Demented Patients Oliver Sensen s. 109-124
Kant on Freewill, Grace and Forgiveness Leslie Stevenson s. 125-139
Kantian Friendship : Duty and Idea Victoria S. Wike s. 140-153
Colonialism in Kant’s Political Philosophy Howard Williams s. 154-181
Lexical Meaning in Truth-Conditional Semantics Luca Gasparri s. 182-202
Time, Duration and Freedom : Bergson’s Critical Move Against Kant Arjen Kleinherenbrink s. 203-230
On some (Hegelian) difficulties to be a Kantian in practice : a reader’s note Anna Tomaszewska Matthew C. Altman (aut. dzieła rec.) s. 231-240
Arthur Coleman Danto (1924–2013) Leszek Sosnowski s. 241-247