9780826488534

Kant And His Influence

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  • ISBN13:

    9780826488534

  • ISBN10:

    0826488536

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-03-01
  • Publisher: Thoemmes
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Summary

This book illustrates the extent to which Kant's work has permeated wide areas of learning, across many disciplines, despite a general ignorance, especially in England, of the details of his highly technical philosophy. Consisting of nine major contributions to the Leeds Kant Conference in April 1990, Kant and his Influence shows how Kant's thought has had a marked effect on philosophers, both Continental and Analytic, social and art historians, theologians and Church leaders.

Table of Contents

Introduction vii
`Ought' Implies `Can': Kant and Luther, a Contrast
1(72)
Roger M. White
Confused Perceptions, Darkened Concepts: Some Features of Kant's Leibniz-Critique
73(31)
Catherine Wilson
Thought and Sensibility in Leibniz, Kant and Bradley
104(22)
Guy Stock
`Original Nonsense': Art and Genius in Kant's Aesthetic
126(20)
Peter Lewis
Fichte, Beck and Schelling in Kant's Opus Postumum
146(24)
Eckart Forster
Imagination as a Connecting Middle in Schelling's Reconstruction of Kant
170(32)
John Llewelyn
The Early Reception of Kant's Thought in England 1785--1805
202(113)
Giuseppe Micheli
Hamilton's Reading of Kant: A Chapter in the Early Scottish Reception of Kant's Thought
315(33)
Manfred Kuehn
Aspects of Kant's Influence on British Theology
348(19)
Donald MacKinnon
Notes on Contributors 367(4)
Index of Names 371

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