Immanuel Kant's Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason is a seminal text in modern philosophy, ethics, and the philosophy of religion. It is a complex and challenging work, which students and scholars often find difficult to penetrate. This Reader's Guide provides a 'way in' to the text including: philosophical and historical context; an overview of key themes; section-by-section analysis of the text; a chapter on its reception and influence as a classic text of the Enlightenment; and a guide for further reading. It highlights the most important themes and ideas, clarifies certain opaque features, and examines the junctures in the text that are critical for any philosophical assessment of Kant's argument. Eddis N. Miller offers a sound understanding of Kant's Religion and the tools for students to philosophically assess Kant's overall argument.He also wrote several important essays on religion, including aWhat Does It Mean to Orient Oneself in Thinking? ... attention, both because of the intrinsic interestof evil generallyand becauseofthe contribution that Part I makes toKanta#39;s ethical theory specifically. ... concept of Urbild inKanta#39;s corpusin DiCenso (2013)aswell as fromthe discussion of his views concerning moral examples in Guyer (2011).
|Title||:||Kant's 'Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason'|
|Author||:||Eddis N. Miller|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2014-11-20|