Ed. by Rödl, Sebastian / Tegtmeyer, Henning
Aims and Scope
In current philosophy, increasing attention is being devoted to a way of doing philosophy which is critical of sense, meaning, reference, and related categories. This philosophical tendency views human, rational practice as the primary source of sense and meaning and as a privileged object of philosophical inquiry. This volume assembles essays that explore central aspects of a critical philosophy of human practice, including questions concerning the structure and form of human action, the meaning of religious speech and practice, and the relationship between knowledge and perception.