The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant /
Washington, D.C. :
Catholic University of America Press,
|Series:||Studies in philosophy and the history of philosophy ;
v. 12. |
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection |
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Table of Contents:
- Intro; Contents; Foreword; 1. Hans-Georg Gadamer, ""A new epoch in the history of the world begins here and now; 2. Henry E. Allison, The Originality of Kant's Distinction between Analytic and Synthetic Judgments; 3. Arthur Melnick, Kant's Theory of Space as a Form of Intuition; 4. Jose Benardete, The Deduction of Causality; 5. Daniel O. Dahlstrom, ""Knowing How"" and Kant's Theory of Schematism; 6. Richard L. Velkley, On Kant's Socratism; 7. Robert B. Pippin, On the Moral Foundations of Kant's Rechtslehre; 8. Susan Shell, What Kant and Fichte Can Teach Us about Human Rights.
- 9. Donald W. Crawford, The Place of the Sublime in Kant's Aesthetic Theory10. Mary J. Gregor, Aesthetic Form and Sensory Content in the Critique of Judgment: Can Kant's ""Critique of Aesthetic Judgment"" Provide a Philosophical Basis for Modern Formalism?; 11. Charles M. Sherover, Kant's Evaluation of His Relationship to Leibniz; 12. Kenneth L. Schmitz, Hegel on Kant: Being-in-Itself and the Thing-in-Itself; Index.