Moral laws, according to Kant, are a set of orders issued to man by a nonheavenly, nonearthly entity (which I… Read More »A categorical imperative pronounces an action “as good in itself” no matter what the result
Professor L. G. Tirala, a philosophically trained Nazi ideologist, sees beyond the obvious romanticist sources of this attitude. He traces… Read More »Nazi activism and the two-world philosophy of Kant
The experimental findings of the Nazi “laboratories” can be reduced to a single statement: total domination over man requires philosophical… Read More »The experimental findings of the Nazi “laboratories” can be reduced to a single statement…
The Nazis preached a certain philosophy—and they carried it out in action. They preached authority above rights, the group above… Read More »The Nazis preached a certain philosophy–and they carried it out in action.
Kant is the first philosopher of self-sacrifice to advance this ethics as a matter of philosophic principle, explicit, self- conscious,… Read More »Kant is the first philosopher for self-sacrifice on principle
You cannot understand, because this world cannot be understood; such was the first part of the message broadcast to the… Read More »The final product of the camps, one which the Nazis carefully shaped, was death.