Kant : a collection of critical essays / edited by Robert Paul Wolff.


1st hardbound ed.. Notre Dame : University of Notre Dame Press, 1968.

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Other Authors Wolff, Robert Paul
Subjects Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.
Description xxi, 415 p. 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part One. Discussions of the Critique of pure reason. Can Kant's synthetic judgments be made analytic? / Lewis White Beck -- Kant's theory of definition / Lewis White Beck -- Infinity and Kant's conception of the "possibility of experience" / Charles D. Parsons -- Categories / W.H. Walsh -- Schematism / W.H. Walsh -- A reconstruction of the argument of the subjective deducation / Robert Paul Wolff -- Kant's theory of concepts / George Schrader -- Knowledge and the ego: Kant's three stages of self-evidence / Samuel J. Todes -- The thing in itself in Kantian philosophy / George Schrader -- Kant's 'refutation' of the ontological argument / S. Morris Engel -- Part Two. Discussions of Kant's ethical theory. Interpretation and misinterpretation of the categorical imperative / Julius Ebbinghaus -- Kant's examples of the first formulation of the categorical imperative / Jonathan Harrison -- Kant's examples of the categorical imperative / J. Kemp -- The categorical imperative / Jonathan Harrison -- The Copernican revolution in ethics: the good reexamined / John R. Silber -- The concept of man as end-in-himself / Pepita Haezrahi -- What does Kant mean by 'acting from duty'? / Paul Dietrichson -- Kant as causist / W.I. Matson -- Part Three. Discussions of Kant's aesthetic theory. Perception and perfection in Kant's aesthetics / Ingrid Stadler -- Kant: the aesthetic judgment / Robert L. Zimmerman.
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