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Philosophical Critique of the Enlightenmental Project of Morality and Law in the 20th Century

Student: Maria Anishchuk

Supervisor: Svetlana Klimova

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Philosophy (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2019

This work shows critical analysis of the phenomenon and concept of court in the philosophy of Kant and Tolstoy, also their critical rethinking of their ideas by Weber and Arendt in the XXth century. Considered such questions as "why some people judge orhers?"; "is judge as the system that regulates relationships in the society really neccessary?"; "what should we do when innocent was condemned?".

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