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Freiheit nach Kant

Tradition, Rezeption, Transformation, Aktualitat

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Kant's conception of freedom is of special importance in the history of philosophy. It not only brings together older traditions but has great influence on later theories of freedom. The edited volume analyzes Kant's theory, referring to the concepts of will, choice, autonomy, and reason. It consists of four parts: Kant's theory in its historical context; Kant's own conception as developed in his various philosophical works; central conceptions of freedom in German Idealism after Kant (including Reinhold, Schiller, Maimon, Jacobi, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, Schopenhauer); the systematic relevance of Kant's conception of freedom with regard to recent debates in analytic philosophy (agent causality, compatibilism and incompatibilism).

Author Biography

Sasa Josifovic received his academic education (Dr. phil. 2007, Dr. phil. habil. 2013) at the University of Cologne. His area of specialization is Classical German Philosophy. Joerg Noller studied at the Universities of Tubingen and Munich (Dr. phil. 2014). He spent his research stays at the Universities of Chicago, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh, and published books on Kant's theory of freedom and on the problem of evil.
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October 18th, 2018
Contributors
Edited by Joerg Noller Edited by Sasa Josifovic
Country of Publication
Netherlands
Imprint
Brill
ISBN-13
9789004383579
Product ID
28255181

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