Philosophical Correspondence 1759-99
This volume contains translations of virtually all of Kant's philosophical correspondence, together with some of his personal and historically interesting letters. Also included are a few of the many letters written to Kant by his students, colleagues, disciples, and critics. Some of these letters are needed in order to understand Kant's own remarks, and others have considerable interest in their own right. From Translator's Preface.
Specifications of Philosophical Correspondence 1759-99
|Publisher||The University of Chicago Press|
|Number Of Pages||260|
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