Ein Antipode Kants?
Johann August Eberhard im Spannungsfeld von spätaufklärerischer Philosophie und Theologie
Ed. by Kertscher, Hans-Joachim / Stöckmann, Ernst
Aims and Scope
Johann August Eberhard (1739-1809) was one of the most renowned and controversial proponents of German popular philosophy during the late 18th century. By 1800 at the latest, the triumphal march of Kantian criticism had swept aside this last main proponent of the once popular “Philosophy for the World”. The present volume aims to facilitate interdisciplinary access to the Eberhard’s work by critically scrutinizing existing research studies, with the ultimate intent of reevaluating the work of this philosopher.
- vi, 352 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Philosophy; Eberhard, Johann August; Popular Philosophy
- Academics (German and Literary Studies, Philosophy), Libraries, Institutes