Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) included «What May I Hope?» as one of the three basic questions which human reason asks. Kant's Philosophy of Hope presents the first book-length study of this theme which was so important for his views. Dr. Peters's work links together Kant's philosophy of religion, moral philosophy, and philosophy of history in an exciting, new way and gives a new importance both to his philosophy of religion and to his theory of hope.
|Publisher:||Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated|
|Series:||American University Studies Series: Series 5: Philosophy , #103|
About the Author
The Author: Curtis H. Peters is Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. from Washington University, St. Louis, and his M.Div. from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. He was a DAAD fellow at Heidelberg University, West Germany. Dr. Peters also writes on other figures in modern German philosophy.