Immanuel Kant; papers read at Northwestern University on the bicentenary of Kant's birth.

; Schaub, Edward L. (Edward Leroy), 1881-
Chicago, London, The Open Court Pub. Company, 1925.

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Other Authors Schaub, Edward L. 1881-
Subjects Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.
Description 211 pages plates, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date 1925.
Notes "Introductory note" signed: Edward L. Schaub.
Contents Introductory note / Edward L. Schaub. -- Program of Northwestern University celebration. -- The legacy of Kant / Edward L. Schaub. -- The need and possibility of an imperativistic ethics / G.T.W. Patrick. -- The cultural environment of the philosophy of Kant / Martin Schutze. -- Kant, the seminal thinker / Joseph A. Leighton. -- The religion of Immanuel Kant / Edward Scribner Ames. -- Kant as a student of natural science / S.G. Martin. -- Kant's philosophy of religion / J.H. Farley. -- Kant's philosophy of law / E.L. Hinman. -- Kant's doctrine concerning perpetual peace / J.F. Crawford. -- The sources and effects in England and Kant's philosophy of beauty / E.F. Carritt. -- Kant's Copernican revolution / Frank Thilly.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1444789
(OCoLC)ocm01444789
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