The proceedings of the Sixth International Kant Congress are published in three volumes which contain almost 100 essays on the prehistory of Kant's philosophy, the transcendental analytic and dialectic, Kant's practical philosophy, his anthropology, and his theories of art and science. Representing a cross-section of international (North and South American, European, Russian, and Asian) perspectives on Kant and his work, the authors of the essays included in this volume of proceedings offer a survey of the latest achievements in Kant research. Contents: Transcendental Dialectic and Transcendental Doctrine of Method; Philosophy of Science and Mathematics; Critique of Practical Reason; Metaphysics of Morality and Law; Aesthetics, Theology, nthropology, History, and Religion. Co-published with the Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology.
Proceedings of the Sixth International Kant Congress - Current Continental Research Series
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