Oxford University Press (2003)

Hans-Johann Glock
University of Zürich
Kant is generally regarded as the greatest modern philosopher. But that analytic philosophers treat him as a central voice in contemporary debates is largely due to Sir Peter Strawson, the most eminent philosopher living in Britain today. In this collection, leading Kant scholars and analytic philosophers, including Strawson himself, for the first time assess his relation to Kant. The essays raise questions about how philosophy should deal with its past, what kind of insights it can achieve, and whether we can have knowledge of an objective reality.
Keywords Philosophy, Modern  Philosophy History
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Call number B1667.S384.S77 2003
ISBN(s) 0199252823   9780199252824
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