Kant's Philosophy of the Unconscious

Boston: Walter de Gruyter (2012)
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In the 20th century, the role of the unconscious in Kant s philosophy has been in great part neglected by Kant scholars. Nevertheless, the unconscious, the other of consciousness, is a key problem of the critical philosophy. The purpose of the volume is to fill a substantial gap in Kant research and to offer a complete survey of the topic in different areas of research, such as history of philosophy, philosophy of mind, aesthetics, moral philosophy, and anthropology. "



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Piero Giordanetti
Università degli Studi di Milano
Marco Sgarbi
University of Venice

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