The Greatest Works of Immanuel Kant.  J. M. D. Meiklejohn

The Greatest Works of Immanuel Kant

By Immanuel Kant, T. K. Abbott (Traductor), J. H. Bernard (Traductor), W. J. Eckoff (Traductor), Emanuel F. Goerwitz (Traductor), R. B. Haldane (Traductor), William Hastie (Traductor), J. M. D. Meiklejohn (Traductor)

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In 'The Greatest Works of Immanuel Kant,' readers are presented with a formidable compendium of the philosophical giant's most impactful works. This curated anthology spans the totality of Kant's critical philosophy, including his foundational 'Three Critiques' — 'The Critique of Pure Reason,' 'The Critique of Practical Reason,' and 'The Critique of Judgment.' The collection is ornamented with essential pre-critical works and essays, providing an encompassing perspective on the evolution of his thought. The book's literary style, coherent yet complex, exhibits Kant's rigorous analytical method and his revolutionary approach to epistemology, ethics, and aesthetics. These works are situated within the Enlightenment tradition, engaging in a dialogue that would lay the groundwork for modern philosophical discourse. Immanuel Kant, a luminary in the realm of modern philosophy, was driven by an insatiable quest to understand the limitations and scope of human reason. His meticulous inquiries into the nature of human knowledge and morality were undoubtedly shaped by the intellectual climate of 18th-century Prussia. This volume not only encompasses Kant's critical examinations and philosophical achievements but also includes robust critiques and discussions by subsequent philosophers, such as Arthur Schopenhauer. The reader gains insight into the fertile intellectual environment which guided Kant to challenge existing paradigms and ultimately to propose his Copernican revolution in philosophy. 'The Greatest Works of Immanuel Kant' is an indispensable collection for both the seasoned scholar and the inquisitive newcomer. Kant's profound insights into the operation of the human mind and the foundation of moral law remain as relevant today as ever. This concentrated dose of his collective wisdom is highly recommended for those eager to explore the depths of one of history's most influential thinkers. Engaging with this substantial body of work offers an unparalleled opportunity to witness the unfolding of a philosophical legacy that continues to shape our understanding of the world and ourselves.

J. M. D. Meiklejohn

Immanuel Kant (Königsberg, Prusia, 22 de abril de 1724 – Königsberg, 12 de febrero de 1804) fue un filósofo prusiano de la Ilustración. Es el primero y más importante representante del criticismo y precursor del idealismo alemán y está considerado como uno de los pensadores más influyentes de la Europa moderna y de la filosofía universal.
Entre sus escritos más destacados se encuentra la Crítica de la razón pura, calificada generalmente como un punto de inflexión en la historia de la filosofía y el inicio de la filosofía contemporánea.