Review of Metaphysics 48 (2):392-393 (1994)

Richard McCarty
East Carolina University
Kantian political philosophy is a rich mine, and one which is hardly played out after two centuries. This substantial collection of essays validates both of those claims. Although Kant's moral philosophy has understandably received the lion's share of attention from contemporary philosophers, Beiner and Booth, both political scientists, have gathered essays which nicely illuminate the historical and political facets of Kantian practical philosophy. Anyone interested in Kantian ethics would benefit from a look at most of the essays included.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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