عنوان مقاله [English]
In this article, I first review Kant's Perpetual Peace to see how he considers political agencies to reach the goal of perpetual peace. Perpetual Peace suggests two kinds of actions needed for bringing peace: actions which should be taken immediately, and actions needed for establishing and perpetuating peace. Kant discusses that the only kind of states which can help to establish perpetual peace are republics. His discussions and arguments have several features. Among them his controversial argument about revolutions can be considerable in this paper. Revisiting his argument about denial of the right to revolt, and the role he sees for The Nature for accomplishing the Peace and progress is critical in this review. Regarding these two main themes, we can see that how Kant's effort to reconstruct politics on the basis of categorical imperatives, not only does not suffice the consistency of his theory, but also, and it is more important, reveals an internal deficit in his formation of ethical law, itself.