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Wille, Willkür, Freiheit

Reinholds Freiheitskonzeption im Kontext der Philosophie des 18. Jahrhunderts

[Will, Willkür, Freedom. Reinhold’s Concept of Freedom in the Context of 18th Century Philosophy]

Ed. by Stolz, Violetta / Heinz, Marion / Bondeli, Martin

Series:Reinholdiana 2

159,95 € / $224.00 / £119.99*

Hardcover
Publication Date:
August 2012
ISBN
978-3-11-027324-3
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Overview

Aims and Scope

In 1792, with the aim of defending Kant’s doctrine of freedom, Reinhold redefined freedom of will as the ability to decide for or against the moral law. Thus freedom of will represents a foundation of moral philosophy, if not of philosophy as a whole. The present volume seeks to reinterpret and to discuss this chapter of the post-Kantian discourse on freedom from various perspectives.

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Details

23 x 15.5 cm
xvi, 540 pages
Language:
German
Type of Publication:
Monograph
Keyword(s):
Reinhold, Karl Leonhard; freedom of will; Kant, Immanuel; post-Kantianism
Readership:
Academics, Institutes, Libraries

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