18th Century German Philosophy Prior to Kant

[Revised entry by Brigitte Sassen on July 28, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] In Germany, the eighteenth century was the age of enlightenment, the age, that is, that called for the independence of
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[Revised entry by Brigitte Sassen on July 28, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] In Germany, the eighteenth century was the age of enlightenment, the age, that is, that called for the independence of reason. Although the ethos of this age found its clearest (and certainly its most famous) articulation towards the end of the century with Immanuel Kant and his...

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