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- Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
- Format: Paperback | 392 pages
- Dimensions: 138mm x 210mm x 24mm | 481g
- Publication date: 1 March 2006
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0826488536
- ISBN 13: 9780826488534
- Edition: New edition
- Edition statement: New edition
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
- Sales rank: 1,681,796
This book illustrates the extent to which Kant's work has permeated wide areas of learing, across many disciplines, despite a general ignorance, especially in England, of the details of his highly technical philosophy. Consisting of nine major contributions to the Leeds Kant Conference in April 1990, Kant and his Influence shows how Kant's thought has had a marked effect on philosophers, both Continental and Analytic, social and art historians, theologians and Church leaders.
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George MacDonald Ross is Director of the Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies and Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Leeds, UK. In 2006 he was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship for his contribution to the improvement of learning and teaching in higher education in the UK.
Table of contents
Roger M. White: "'Ought" implies "Can": Kant and Luther, a Contrast'.; Catherine Wilson: 'Confused Perceptions, Darkened Concepts: Some Features of Kant's Leibniz-critique'.; Guy Stock: 'Thought and Sensibility in Leibniz, Kant and Bradley'.; Peter Lewis: "'Original Nonsense": Art and Genius in Kant's Aesthetic'.; Eckart Forster: 'Fichte, Beck and Schelling in Kant's Opus postumum'.; John Liewelyn: 'Imagination as a Connecting Middle in Schelling's Reconstruction of Kant'.; Giuseppe Micheli: 'The Early Reception of Kant's Thought in England 1785-1805'.; Manfred Kuehn: 'Hamilton's Reading of Kant: A Chapter in the Early Scottish Reception of Kant's Thought'.; Donald MacKinnon: 'Aspects of Kant's Influence on British Theology'.