Kant after Kant: The Indispensable Philosopher

  title={Kant after Kant: The Indispensable Philosopher},
  author={Michael G. Vater},
Vater explores three themes that, taken together, secure Kant’s continuing relevance for both Anglo-American and European traditions of philosophy. First, Kant continues to be relevant in the history of philosophy because he invented the genre. Second, in the wake of Kant’s dawning realization that the space of reasons is social or multi-centric, contemporary explorations of cognition, affect, and communication underscore the social nature of intelligence even as they illustrate its biological… CONTINUE READING

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