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5 According to these thinkers, the fundamental purpose of the state is to promote the common good, or to ensure the greatest happiness of all subjects in every station of society. The state is responsible for the spiritual as well as the material welfare of the people. It should have the authority not only to regulate industry and trade, to control prices, and to increase population, but also to provide for public education, to censor the press, and to punish atheists and immoralists. It is important to see that liberalism in the 1790s is a theory more about the proper ends and limits of government than about its proper form or constitution.

How do we explain Kant's abrupt change in attitude toward metaphysics? Why did he reject metaphysics after devoting himself The Politics of Kant's Critical Philosophy · 29 to it for nearly two decades? It is customary to blame Kant's growing empiricism, 7 which eventually resulted in the skepticism of Träume eines Geistersehers. Yet empiricism alone cannot explain Kant's skepticism toward metaphysics, given that as late as 1 7 6 4 the Prize Essay advocated empiricism as a foundation for metaphysics.

Hence, in the liberal view, enlightenment had to precede fundamental political change. " Most of the liberals became disillusioned with the Revolution by early 1793, with the Jacobin rise to power. The only ones to show any sympathy for the Jacobins were Kant and Forster, although they were also highly critical of them. Since most of the liberals were advocates of a constitutional monarchy, they disapproved of the increasingly radical direction of the Revolution after the summer of 1792, when the future of the monarchy had been thrown into question.

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