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Auf den Spuren idealistischen Denkens

Die Vorlesungen Karl Leonhard Reinholds im Verhältnis zu seinen Werken und zu Immanuel Kants Philosophie
Tectum,  2023, 268 Pages, E-Book

ISBN 978-3-8288-7965-2

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englischKarl Leonhard Reinhold is regarded as the most important interpreter and disseminator of Kantian philosophy, and the popularity of Immanuel Kant is closely linked to Reinhold's writings. But his own works also exerted a great influence on German idealism. Nevertheless, he has never enjoyed a similar degree of fame as Immanuel Kant, or even fame itself.


In this book, Franziska Götschl devotes herself to Reinhold’s lecture transcripts from the years 1792/93, which were first published in 2015, and sheds light on the relationship between Reinhold and Kant's contemporaneous works—as well as the means Reinhold used in his writings in the late 18th century to bring Kant's critique of reason closer to a broad public.

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