Kant's Theory of Mind : An Analysis of the Paralogisms of Pure Reason
interpreters have allowed, a theory that is of great significance for the understanding of his philosophy as a whole.
Kant's Theory of Mind is now brought up to date with a substantial preface and postscript, as well as many additional references to the literature. This expanded edition will enhance the book's continued value for today's Kantians and philosophers of mind.
- Paperback | 390 pages
- 139 x 217 x 21mm | 474g
- 18 May 2000
- Oxford University Press
- Clarendon Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 2nd ed.
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perspectives on Kant's whole philosophy to appear for some time. * Flint Schier, Times Literary Supplement * For any work involving Kant's views on human nature and the critical response those views have generated,Kant's Theory of Mind is an excellent sourcebook ... Despite the wealth of material it contains, the book is orderly and easy to find things in. * Gordon Nagel, Canadian Journal of Philosophy * ... a useful contribution to Kant scholarship. * Patricia Kitcher, Philosophical Review * This stimulating study ... encompasses far more than the paralogisms: substantial space is devoted to Kant's view on the nature of embodiment, freedom, and transcendent idealism; and thorough use is made not only of Kant's published books but also of his recently edited lectures. Much current scholarship dealing with the philosophy of mind in general as well as with Kant is drawn on to aid the explication and evaluation of Kant's position, and the result will
interest students in both areas. * Choice * ... impressive in scholarship and argument * Times Higher Education Supplement * Dans la masse presente des etudes kantiennes du domaine anglo-saxon, un ouvrage tel que celui-ci s'impose aussi bien par l'ampleur de l'information et le renouvellement des vues proposees que par les qualites de reflexion philosophique. * Revue philosophique *
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