Kant. Fifteen philosophers on the foundations and limiations of reason

Andreas Kinneging (Editor), Paul De Hert (Editor), Maarten Colette (Editor)

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Abstract

With Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), Western philosophy reaches a pinnacle and becomes the influential and solid discipline as we know it today. In a new book, only available in Dutch, Kant. Fifteen philosophers on the foundations and limits of reason academics from the Netherlands and Belgium shine their light on Kant's timeless classics in the field of human cognition, ethics, aesthetics and law. They are a reminder of the fraught time in which he lived and wrote and of the pens that stirred Kant. The book is a versatile and accessible interpretation of the crystal-clear thinking of one of the greatest philosophers ever, and comments on his observations as well as on the ideas circulating about his work in our time. Contributions of Andreas Kinneging, Ann Van Sevenant, Arthur Kok, Bart Labuschagne, Donald Loose, Immanuel Kant, Jacques De Visscher, Jozef Waanders, Maarten Colette, Martin Moors, Michel Huysseune, Niels van Dijk, Paul Cobben, Paul de Hert, Rob Wiche, Xavier Meulders
Original languageDutch
Place of PublicationEindhoven
PublisherUitgeverij Daemon
Number of pages328
ISBN (Print)9789463403122
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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