The Finding of Voice: Kant’s Philosophy of History
journal contributionposted on 23.05.2017, 10:21 by James Kent
Kant's philosophy of history is not explicit. History, according to Kant, being the “idiotic course of all things human” is not worthy of a sustained and coherent philosophical critique.2 Kant's philosophy did, however, contain a notion pertaining to the nature of human progress and, thus, through a careful
reading of Kant, an implicit philosophy of history emerges.