Karl Leonhard Reinhold: Essay on a new theory of the human capacity for representation: translated by Tim Mehigan and Barry Empson

Mehigan, Tim and Empson, Barry Karl Leonhard Reinhold: Essay on a new theory of the human capacity for representation: translated by Tim Mehigan and Barry Empson. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter, 2011.

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Author Mehigan, Tim
Empson, Barry
Title Karl Leonhard Reinhold: Essay on a new theory of the human capacity for representation: translated by Tim Mehigan and Barry Empson
Place of Publication Berlin, Germany
Publisher De Gruyter
Publication year 2011
Sub-type Creative work
ISBN 9783110227406
9783110227413
Language eng
Total number of pages 311
Subjects Original Creative Work - Other
Abstract/Summary In his own day, Karl Leonhard Reinhold was considered one of the major figures in philosophical thought of the late 18th and early 19th century. He was an important expositor of Kant's thought. He is also considered by many to have been the bridge between Kant and the later German idealists. In the English-speaking world only few translations of his work have been attempted. This imbalance is corrected in the present work - the first translation into English of Reinhold's major work from 1789. The translators provide an overview of the main currents of thought which informed Reinhold's philosophical project, as well as notes on his reading of Kant and other important thinkers of Reinhold's day.
Q-Index Code A1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Additional Notes Translated by Tim Mehigan and Barry Empson ; with an introduction and notes by Tim Mehigan and Barry Empson.

 
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