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The Kantian subject : new interpretative essays

Title
The Kantian subject : new interpretative essays / edited by Fernando M. F. Silva and Luigi Caranti.
ISBN
9781032521930
1032521937
9781032611822
1032611820
9781003462415
Publication
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2024.
Copyright Notice Date
©2024
Physical Description
xvi, 220 pages ; 25 cm
Summary
"This book presents a critical reconsideration of the Kantian cognitive and practical subject. Special attention is devoted to highlight the complex relation between subjectivity as it is presented in the three critiques and the way in which it is construed in other writings, in particular the Anthropology. While for Kant our cognitive apparatus and the structure of our will are common to all humans, the anthropological subject reveals degrees of variation, depending on a myriad of external circumstances that pose a challenge to the unity of Kant's account and await theoretical solutions. The essays collected in the volume delve into how the different shapes of human nature are not unrelated. They explore how and why different "Kantian subjects" are closely connected and at their core, if not entirely unified. The notions of personality, humanity, and citizenship will serve as leading threads for the reconstruction of this possible underlying unity. An engaging read that promises to deepen our understanding of human nature, the volume will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of philosophy, politics, psychology, social anthropology, ethics, and epistemology"-- Provided by publisher.
Other formats
Online version: Kantian subject Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2024
Format
Books
Language
English
Added to Catalog
May 20, 2024
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
On the distinction between humanity and personality in Kant / Luigi Caranti
Kant on the frailty of human nature / Robert Louden
'A man for all faculties'? The unity of Kantian reason from a pragmatic point of view / Gualtiero Lorini
'Geography makes us citizens of the world'. On the cosmopolitical nature of Kant's geographical thought / Fernando M. F. Silva
It thinks. On a function of the "I" in the formula of the principle of apperception / Mario Caimi
A role for creative imagination in Kant's theory of science / Patrícia Kauark-Leite
On becoming a person and creating a kingdom of ends: evolution and revolution towards freedom / Paulo Jesus
The concept of person in the metaphysics of morals : from a formal to a material concept / Soraya Nour Sckell
Critique. Enlightenment. Parrhesia. Michel Foucault's questioning of the concepts of person and humanity in Kant's works / Marita Rainsborough
Kant's social sympathy : debunking beneficence and cultivating the sense of justice / Nuria Sánchez Madrid
Active citizenship and Kantian republicanism Luke J. Davies
Personhood according to Kant (and Schiller) : personality, being a human being, and revolution / Antonino Falduto
Kant on natural right and revolution / Fiorella Tomassini.
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