Kant and War: An Interview with Arthur Ripstein

Published: April 28, 2021

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Read an interview with Arthur Ripstein, 2021 Killam Prize winner and the author of a forthcoming book on Kant’s views on war and their present-day relevance. Here, Ripstein speaks to Sean McNeely from the Faculty of Arts & Science about the element of war that makes it distinctively wrong, in comparison to other events such as natural disasters, for example, that also create pain and destruction. And those who read to the end will be treated to a particular insight into the nature (and benefit!) of disagreement.