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A Kant Dictionary

A Kant Dictionary

Howard Caygill

ISBN: 978-0-631-17534-6

Jul 1995, Wiley-Blackwell

468 pages

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$167.95

Description

In this new lexical survey of Kant's works, Howard Caygill presents Kantian concepts and terminology in terms that will introduce and clarify his ideas for students and general readers alike.
Preface and Acknowledgements.

Introduction: Kant and the Language of Philosophy.

Systems of Citations and Abbreviations.

Kant and the ‘Age of Criticism’.

Dictionary Entries.

Kant’s Published Writings.

Works referred to in the Text.

Recommended Further Reading.

Index of Philosophers.

Index of Concepts.

" Howard Caygill is a find Kant scholar and a superb reader of the history of philosophy, which makes him well-qualified to carry out the unenviable task of constructing a Kant Lexicon. What he has come up with is an immensely readable and instructive text, written with great lucidity and acumen, and executed with a clear sense of purpose and commitment." Keith Ansell Pearson, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Issue 11
* First lexical treatment of Kant for almost 80 years.
* Lengthy survey introduction covers Kant's place in the "age of criticism".
* Longer dictionary entries supported by short glossary items.
* Comprehensive cross referencing.
* First lexical treatment of Kant for almost 80 years.
* Lengthy survey introduction covers Kant's place in the "age of criticism".
* Longer dictionary entries supported by short glossary items.
* Comprehensive cross referencing.