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The Humble Reason. On Education in Kant and Fichte
ETHICS IN PROGRESS
In this paper I will focus on education as the core function of reason in Kant and Fichte. The notion of reason carries an intrinsic tendency to universality, which is difficult to be reconciled with its local (cultural, historical, anthropological) background and actualisation. I believe that the stress on the importance of learning, which can be seen in the works of both Kant and Fichte, might provide useful clues to approaching the relation between universality and particularity. I willdoi:10.14746/eip.2021.2.3 fatcat:uhvtjvsezvedlpbf7xg6hu5d7y