"...The book itself, written at a level suitable for final year undergraduates and upwards, is well organized and opens with a helpful introductory chapter, in which DiCenso sets the scene for what is to follow by outlining his core structuring thesis and by defending a Kantian account of autonomous reason as still relevant to the concerns of human emancipation..." --Anthony J. Carroll, Heythrop College, London, Religious Studies
"...This groundbreaking interpretation should prompt many new studies about the relevance of Kant's "Copernican revolution," furnishing both sides in the controversy about the Enlightenment and its critics with abundant textual evidence, splendidly repositioned in light of recent debates about autonomy and intellectual responsibility.... Highly recommended..." -J. G. Moore, Lander University, CHOICE
A new look at Kant, focusing on the seminal interplay of ethics, politics and religion in his major works and providing a comprehensive analysis of vital themes. Shows the ongoing relevance of Kant's ideas for addressing issues of religion and politics that remain pressing in the contemporary world.