This 1992 volume is a systematic and comprehensive account of the full range of Kant's writings for the student and advanced scholar alike.
Table of Contents
Introduction: the starry heavens and the moral law Paul Guyer; 1. Kant's intellectual development: 1746–81 Frederick C. Beiser; 2. The transcendental aesthetic Charles Parsons; 3. Functions of thought and the synthesis of intuitions J. Michael Young; 4. The transcendental deduction of the categories Paul Guyer; 5. Causal laws and the foundations of natural science Michael Friedman; 6. Empirical, rational and transcendental psychology: psychology as science and as philosophy Gary Hatfield; 7. Reason and practice of science Thomas E. Wartenberg; 8. The critique of metaphysics: Kant and traditional ontology Karl Ameriks; 9. Vindicating reason Onora O'Neill; 10. Autonomy, obligation and virtue: an overview of Kant's moral philosophy J. B. Schneewind; 11. Politics, freedom and order: Kant's political philosophy Wolfgang Kersting; 12. Taste, sublimity and genius: the aesthetics of nature and art Eva Schaper; 13. Rational theology, moral faith and religion Allen W. Wood; 14. The first twenty years of critique: the Spinoza connection George di Gionvanni.
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