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  • Four Neglected Essays by Immanuel Kant (Out of stock)

Four Neglected Essays by Immanuel Kant (Out of stock)

Immanuel Kant

English , 1994/01 Philopsychy Press, Hong Kong

Tags: Philosophy

210 x 140 mm , 127pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-962-7770-05-3

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What cause earthquakes, and do they have any positive value? How were the craters formed on the moon? When is it wrong to copy a book, and why? Does the moon influence the weather on earth? These are the key questions addressed by Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) In the four essays presented in this book. Kant's major systematic works, such as Critique of Pure Reason, are still the subject of much debate among contemporary philosopher since Aristotle. In the present work, Stephen Palmquist revises four of these essays that have never been retranslated in the intervening two centuries, and solves the mystery of the translator's identity by demonstrating that is was the work of one of the earliest and most devoted English Kant-scholars, John Richardson. He also translates for the first time an exchange of letters between Kant and Richardson, as well as excerpts from various other untranslated letters. The book also includes a reprint of Richardson's unique essay on Kant's Life and Writings, and an updated version of Palmquist's 'Exhaustive Bibliography' – an indispensable tool for anyone who wishes to read Kant in English.

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