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The Demands of Taste in Kant's Aesthetics (Bloomsbury Studies in Philosophy) Hardcover – December 15, 2006

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'The clarity of Kalar's book, its evenness of temperament throughout its writing, confident without bullying, straightforward without over-simplifying, generous and judicious in its references, make it a trustworthy and congenial companion for the journey through Kant's texts, and a reliable guide in assessing much of the secondary literature that defines and advances the current state of play in academic discussions about Kant's conception of beauty.' Stanley Cavell, Emeritus Professor, Harvard University

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Brent Kalar received his PhD from Harvard University (Adams Prize, 2003), and is now Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of New Mexico, USA.

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