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Publication Date:
October 2008
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978-3-11-019243-8

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Kant’s critical philosophy marks the end of a two-thousand year tradition of metaphysics.  Against this older tradition, Kant proposes a new metaphysics of knowledge and human freedom with the autonomy of the subject as its principle. Led by the principle of subjectivity, it attempts to obtain a unified understanding of the whole world organized into a system of reason. In this way, the idea of classical metaphysics receives a new controversial interpretation still discussed today.

In twelve contributions, the fifth volume of the  Yearbook pursues the different forms of grounding metaphysics after Kant.

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