Emmanuel Kant has the distinction of having introduced a great revolution into philosophy and yet stood the test of time. He stands as one of the great foundation stones of modern thought. This book, first published in 1925, covers Kant’s works essential to his philosophy as a system, and also illustrates his position in the history of thought. It is a clear and accurate statement of Kant’s chief doctrines.
1. Historical Aspect of the Problem 2. Precise Nature of the Problem 3. Transcendental Aesthetic 4. General Survey of the Analytic 5. The Transcendental Deduction of the Categories 6. The Analytic of Principles 7. The Ideas of Pure Reason 8. Kant’s Criticism of Rational Cosmology 9. The Idea of God 10. The Ideas as Regulative Principles 11. The Problem of Moral Freedom 12. The Formulation of the Moral Law 13. Kant’s Moral Theology
This collection reissues 17 titles that provide an excellent overview of 18th century philosophy – as well as the debates that surround the topic. Featuring works on Berkeley, Hume, Kant and Rousseau, among others, the collection examines a host of philosophical arguments by the leading thinkers of the time. It is an essential reference collection.