Special issue: Kant on the Relations between Church and State

This special issue contains contributions by Dino Jakušić, Wojciech Kozyra, Stefano Lo Re, Gordon E. Michalson Jr., and Stephen R. Palmquist. It covers a wide range of topics: from moral pluralism and religious freedom to dogmatic conflicts and the Jewish Enlightenment. The authors feature the distinction between ethical community and civil condition, highlight the ambiguities in Kant’s conception of church, and show why the church should welcome secularisation. Finally, they attempt to specify the conditions under which the church can be involved in the realisation of the highest political good, that is, perpetual peace. Guest editor: Anna Tomaszewska.