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Alterität im Denken von Hermann Cohen?

Eine Nachlese
Tectum,  2023, 128 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8288-4812-2

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englischThe topic of alterity is of great systematic, religious-philosophical and political importance. In Hermann Cohen, the founder of Marburg Neo-Kantianism, the Other shows up in various conceptual formations. To what extent a central concept of alterity is reflected, Deborah Epstein examines Cohen's two main works "Ethik des reinen Willens " and "Religion der Vernunft aus den Quellen des Judentums ". The author provides a fascinating insight into Cohen's engagement with the irrevocable alterity of the Other and demonstrates great sensitivity to the Jewish elements in Cohen's ethics and philosophy of religion as well as to the significance of the topic of alterity for the present.

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