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Kant and the Early Moderns Hardcover – August 10, 2008

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"This small collection of essays is distinguished by the caliber of its contributors and by the exceptional promise of the discussion that it only begins . . . This is an exceptionally productive exercise that allows readers not only to see these early modern figures in their own light, but also to appreciate what is truly novel about Kant's interpretation of them."--Choice

"This volume is an inspired project. . . . The objections-and-replies format of this collection is very graceful and effective in allowing the authors to explore Kant's interpretation of his predecessors, and to defend these predecessors against his criticisms."--Claudia M. Schmidt, Philosophy in Review

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"This book is a very important contribution to the study of the history of modern philosophy. In highlighting the importance of paying close attention to Kant's criticisms of his immediate predecessors, the contributors to Kant and the Early Moderns provide new perspectives on Kant, as well as Descartes, Locke, Leibniz, Berkeley, and Hume."--Edwin McCann, University of Southern California

"Kant and the Early Moderns covers a great deal of territory in an informative, illuminating, and original way. It will be of interest to any student of modern philosophy."--Richard E. Aquila, University of Tennessee


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