Kant’s Shorter Writings – Critical Paths Outside the Critiques (Cambridge, 2016)
Robert Hanna, Robert Louden, Rafael V. Orden Jiménez, Jacinto Rivera de Rosales, Nuria Sánchez Madrid
Alba Jimenez, Alberto Pirni, Anselmo Aportone, Gaetano Chiurazzi, Maria Borges, Julio Esteves, Andrea Faggion, Antonino Falduto, Francesca Fantasia, Helke Panknin-Schappert, Robert Hanna, Robert Hanna, Joel T. Klein, Gustavo Leyva, Gualtiero Lorini, Robert Louden, Ferdinando L. Marcolungo, Macarena Marey, Margit Ruffing, Giovanni Panno, Francesco V. Tommasi, Paolo Pecere, Davide Poggi, Marita Rainsborough, Jacinto Rivera de Rosales, Fernando Silva, Soledad Garcia Ferrer, Francesco V. Tommasi, Federica Trentani, Renato Valois, Sandra Zakutna, Roberto R. Aramayo, Nuria Sánchez Madrid, Gonzalez Fisac
Date of Publication: 01/11/2016
Pages / Size: 498 / A5
This collection highlights the importance of Kant’s shorter writings, which span the entire intellectual career of this seminal thinker. It contrasts with other philosophical studies of Kant’s work, which typically focus on a specific period of his career, and on either his theoretical philosophy or his practical philosophy.
These shorter works offer a framework for understanding several central questions of critical philosophy in the context of Kant’s complete corpus of writings. As such, this volume provides a ground-breaking approach to contemporary Kant studies by offering a new interpretive perspective to enable Kant scholars to advance their research projects. At the same time, it allows a general overview of Kant’s work for a broader non-scholarly audience interested in his critical philosophy and its context.