English, Article edition: KANT'S IDEA OF ETERNAL PEACE AND THE EUROPEAN UNION Ján Pavlík

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  • KANT'S IDEA OF ETERNAL PEACE AND THE EUROPEAN UNION
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  • Ján Pavlík
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  • Kant's concept of human progress towards eternal peace, considerably influenced by A. Smith's theory of "invisible hand" as well as by his method of conjectural history, was intended to compensate the loss of medieval catholic universalism via presenting a philosophical vision of a new universalism, based on universal acceptance of abstract and formal rules. It fully corresponded to the transition of Europe from feudalism to free 38 market order. In spite of the the fact that the defenders of theEUrefer frequently to Kant, the economic policies of the Union (especially as concerns redistribution of resources) are at variance with Kant's classicaly liberal ideas.
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2004:y:2004:i:2:id:254:p:11-39
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