"Writing about Kant's ideas simply and clearly is never easy, but Wood manages to do so, with good scholarship rendered unobtrusive by his ability to keep touch with the realities of faith and morality."-Choice
About the Author
Allen W. Wood is Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University. His many books include, as author, Kant's Rational Theology
(also from Cornell), Hegel's Ethical Thought, Kant's Ethical Thought
, and Kantian Ethics
; and, as coeditor and cotranslator (with Gertrude M. Clarke), Immanuel Kant's Lectures on Philosophical Theology
, available from Cornell.
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