Wille, Willkür, Freiheit: Reinholds Freiheitskonzeption im Kontext der Philosophie des 18. Jahrhunderts

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Violetta Stolz, Marion Heinz, Martin Bondeli
Walter de Gruyter, 31.08.2012 - 556 Seiten

Editorial Advisory Board: Karl Ameriks (Notre Dame, USA), Daniel Breazeale (Kentucky, USA), Martin Bondeli (Bern, Switzerland), Claude Piché (Montreal, Canada), George di Giovanni (Montreal, Canada), Faustino Fabbianelli (Parma, Italy), Marion Heinz (Siegen, Germany), Alexander von Schönborn (Missouri, USA)

The series Reinholdiana consists of monographs and collected volumes dealing with the philosophy of Karl Leonhard Reinhold. In recent years Reinhold has become the focus of increasing scholarly attention. On the one hand this is due mainly to the important role he plays in the earliest reception of Immanuel Kant’s critical philosophy, but on the other hand it is also the result of the various new editions and translations of his work. The influence that Reinhold had on contemporary understanding of Kant means that his work serves as a bridge between Kant and German idealism.

The series deliberately places no emphasis on any particular scholarly method. The intention is to provide rapidly growing international interest in research on Reinhold with a high-profile academic publication platform.

 

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Inhalt

Einleitung
1
I Freimaurer und Aufklärungsdenken
11
II Wille Willkür und Willensfreiheit
69
III Konfigurationen praktischer Philosophie
165
IV Debatten und Spannungsfelder
269
V Folgen und Wirkungen
327
Werkstattbericht
513
Über die Autoren
533
Personenregister
537
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Über den Autor (2012)

Marion Heinz und Violetta Stolz, Universität Siegen; Martin Bondeli, Universität Bern, Schweiz.

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