To record the life of a philosopher is to reveal his work and his thought. In this biography of Immanuel Kant by Arsenij Gulyga, the reader discovers Kant’s inner life, the mind of a great philosopher whose ideas are wondrously alive and whose thoughts delve deeply into the human soul.
Almost all methods of modern philosophical inquiry are rooted in Kant. His was a quest for truth that was intense, dramatic, and profoundly human. To read Kant is to be well introduced to the study of philosophy. He teaches one to think independently and to know the rewards for such thought.
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents1 Fruits of Enlightenment.- 2 “I am learning to honor man”.- 3 The Self-Critique of Reason.- 4 The Idea of Personality.- 5 The True, the Good and the Beautiful.- 6 Faith as Hope. And Love.- 7 Perpetual Peace.- By Way of an Epilogue.- Chronology.- Notes on the Sources.- Footnotes.