Univ of New York Press Presents an original and rigorous reading of the entire project of Kantian critique, demonstrating the essential role that cosmology plays in Kant and those he influenced.
Book News A critique of Kant's philosophy revealing that the relationship between his Analytic and Dialectic is more complicated than supposed (something we thought utterly impossible). Kerszberg (philosophy, Pennsylvania State U.) dives into the Kantian universe and finds the black holes of the philosophers cosmological principle, transcendental time, the doubled illusion, the reversals of reversal oscillating between givenness and nothingness to, suggests the author, the confusion of his successors Maimon, Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel with whom we sympathize. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.