Man Shot in Fight Over Immanuel Kant’s Philosophy in Russia


In the Russian port city of Rostov-on-Don two men were having a beer this weekend and talking about the philosophy of Immanuel Kant (of course), when something went terribly wrong. An argument broke out, critical reason went out the window, and one man ended getting shot with rubber bullets. He’s in the hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The shooter now faces up to 10 years in jail, where he’ll have lots of time to ponder Kant’s theories.

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  • Critique of Practical Reason
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  • Perpetual Peace
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    • Kant – Web Site – Leo Strauss, U Chicago
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    • Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason – iTunes Video – iTunes Audio– Video/Audio on Web – Dan Robinson, Oxford
    • Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason – Web Site – Richard Dien Winfield, University of Georgia
    • Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason – Web Site – JM Bernstein, New School
    • Kant’s Epistemology – iTunes – Dr Susan Stuarts, University of Glasgow

    via The Independent

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