On the So-Called Conundrums in Kant’s Philosophical Theology (37 Pages) – Updated July 2019

Updated July 2019

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On the So-Called Conundrums in Kant’s
Philosophical Theology 7

Overview: In which three conundrums of Kant’s pure religion—the good will, radical evil, and grace—are addressed, and three strategies employed for understanding the role of the afterlife in religion (noting that pure religion is concerned with the moral improvement in history of the species generally and not merely the moral improvement of the individual). We conclude with an examination of the question of Theodicy in Kant’s pure religion.