Kant and the Interests of Reason
Raedler, Sebastian
2015, 340 S, Gb, (Gruyter)
Bestell-Nr. 375207

109,95 EUR

This book argues that we can only develop a proper grasp of Kant's practical philosophy if we appreciate the central role played in it by the notion of the interests of reason. While it is generally acknowledged that Kant does not regard reason as a purely instrumental faculty, this book is the first to show how his notion of reason as guided by its own interests offers the key to some of the most puzzling aspects of his practical philosophy.


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