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Proceedings of the Sixth International Kant Congress

Volume 2, Issue 2, 1989
Group Sessions: Sections C through J

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metaphysics of morality and law
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Wolfgang Kersting Die juridische Gesetzgebung der Vernunft
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Patrick Riley The "Place" of Politics in Kant's Practical Philosophy
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aesthetics, teleology, anthropology, history, and religion
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Donald W. Crawford Kant's Principles of Judgment and Taste
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A. C. Genova Aesthetic Justification and Systematic Unity in Kant's Third Critique
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George di Giovanni Free Choice and Radical Evil: The Irrationalism of Kant's Moral Theory
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L. A. Kalinnikov What Sense is Concealed in the Postulates of Practical Reason?
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Salim Kemal Kant and the Production of Fine Art
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Rudolf A. Makkreel The Role of Synthesis in the Critique of Judgment
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Peter McLaughlin What is an Antinomy of Judgment
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Philip J. Rossi Evil and the Moral Power of God
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Anthony Savile What is a Judgment of Taste?
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José L. Villacañas Metakritik der Vernunft versus Geschichte der Vernunft
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Allen W. Wood The Immortality of Moral Faith
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history of the influence of kant on the later philosophy
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Karl Ameriks Reinhold and the Short Argument to Idealism
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Teoman Durali An Introductory Essay on the Biological Foundations of A Priori Cognitive Faculties
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Jean Grondin De Kant à Fichte
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Graciela F. de Maliandi Kant and Popper: Towards a Metaphysics of Experience
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Andreas Michaelis Fichtes Fruhschrifien zwischen Transzendentalphilosophie und ‘Wissenschaftslehre'
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Ilie Pârvu Transcendental Arguments in Contemporary Metascience
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Robert B. Pippin Apperception and Difference Between Kantian and Hegelian Idealism
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