Concepts of Philosophy

@inproceedings{Schneiders2006ConceptsOP,
  title={Concepts of Philosophy},
  author={Werner Schneiders and Knud Haakonssen},
  year={2006}
}
3 Citations
La crítica de los prejuicios en la Ilustración alemana y su recepción en la obra de Kant
The controversy over prejudices is a distinctive feature of the German Enlightenment. The article addresses some historical aspects of this controversy that are useful to shed light on Kant'sExpand
The Best of All Possible Worlds? Leibniz's Optimism and its Critics 1710 - 1755
s (German and English) 4 Acknowledgments 5 Introduction 6 1. The Theodicy and Leibniz’s Philosophical Optimism 9 § 1. Philosophical optimism: the system of the best and the nature and sense of evilExpand
The Dustbin of the Republic of Letters: Pierre Bayle’s “Dictionaire” as an encyclopedic palimpsest of errors
Pierre Bayle's Dictionnaire Historique et Critique, a landmark in intellectual history, is a curious text. Originally intended as a collection of all errors, it became an encyclopedia of everything,Expand

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