Kant'ın Pratik Felsefesinde Beden Problemi
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This study aims to critically analyze the position of the bodies of animals, women and blacks that represent different bodies from “white male” bodies on Kant’s practical philosophy, based on Kant’s handling the concept of reason and body in his practical philosophy. In the first part of the study, how different bodies were positioned in accordance with the relationship between reason and body in pre-Kant philosophy, in terms of forming a basis for Kant; will be researched according to the thoughts of Platon, Augustinus, Descartes and Hobbes. In the second part, how Kant positions the body in the fields of morality, law and politics will be introduced comparatively with the concept of reason. In the third chapter, it will be researched how animals, women and black people are positioned in Kant's practical philosophy in according the way Kant positions body and reason in his practical philosophy. In this way, it will be debated whether Kant's practical philosophy has a side that can cast doubt on its universality.