The Origins and Implications of Kant's Critical Philosophy - Studies in the history of philosophy Vol 19 (Hardback)Mark Glouberman (author)
Hardback 312 Pages / Published: 01/01/1990
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Examining Kant's "critical" philosophy, this study focusses upon its dialectical constitution and gauging its implications. It attempts to determine the meaning of the "critical" system more by determining the dialectical and rhetorical influences on Kant by focussing on its manifest reasoning. The volume begins by taking stock of meta-physical and meta-interpretive materials; then goes on to examine the major doctrines of the first Critique; and finally draws wider morals for Kant specifically and for philosophy generally.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 312
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