Comparing Kant and Sartre

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ISBN-13:
9781137454539
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
262
Autor:
Sorin Baiasu
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PDF
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eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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For a long time, commentators viewed Sartre as one of Kant's significant twentieth-century critics. Recent research of their philosophies has discovered that Sartre's relation to Kant's work manifests an 'anxiety of influence', which masks more profound similarities. This volume of newly written comparative essays is the first edited collection on the philosophies of Kant and Sartre. The volume focuses on issues in metaphysics, metaethics and metaphilosophy, and explores the similarities and differences between the two authors, as well as the complementarity of some of their views, particularly on autonomy, happiness, self-consciousness, evil, temporality, imagination and the nature of philosophy.
PART I: INTRODUCTION Kant and Sartre: Existentialism and Critical Philosophy; Jonathan Head et. al.
PART II: METAPHYSICS
1. (Self-)Consciousness and Transcendental Apperception; Sorin Baiasu
2. Kant, Sartre and Temporality; Daniel Herbert
3. The Quiet Power of the Imaginary; Thomas Flynn
4. Kant and Sartre on Freedom; Christian Onof
PART III: METAETHICS
5. Sartre and Kant on Reflection and Freedom; Leslie Stevenson
6. Action, Value and Autonomy: A Quasi-Sartrean View; Peter Poellner
7. Kantian Radical Evil and Sartrean Bad Faith; Justin Alam
8. The Pursuit of Happiness; Michelle Darnell
PART IV: METAPHILOSOPHY
9. Sartre: Transcendental Philosopher or Philosophical Therapist?; Katherine Morris
10. The Transcendental Idealisms of Kant and Sartre; Richard Aquila
For a long time, commentators viewed Sartre as one of Kant's significant twentieth-century critics. Recent research of their philosophies has discovered that Sartre's relation to Kant's work manifests an 'anxiety of influence', which masks more profound similarities. This volume of newly written comparative essays is the first edited collection on the philosophies of Kant and Sartre. The volume focuses on issues in metaphysics, metaethics and metaphilosophy, and explores the similarities and differences between the two authors, as well as the complementarity of some of their views, particularly on autonomy, happiness, self-consciousness, evil, temporality, imagination and the nature of philosophy.

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