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Modern European Philosophy

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 June 2022

James S. Pearson
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University of Tartu, Estonia
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Print publication year: 2022

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Somers-Hall, Henry : Judgement and Sense in Modern French PhilosophyGoogle Scholar
Olafson, Frederick A. : Heidegger and the Ground of EthicsCrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zöller, Günter : Fichte’s Transcendental PhilosophyGoogle Scholar
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Gutting, Gary : Pragmatic Liberalism and the Critique of ModernityGoogle Scholar
Wood, Allen : Kant’s Ethical ThoughtGoogle Scholar
Ameriks, Karl : Kant and the Fate of AutonomyGoogle Scholar
Ferrarin, Alfredo : Hegel and AristotleGoogle Scholar
Lafont, Cristina : Heidegger, Language, and World-DisclosureGoogle Scholar
Wolsterstorff, Nicholas : Thomas Reid and the Story of EpistemologyGoogle Scholar
Dahlstrom, Daniel : Heidegger’s Concept of TruthGoogle Scholar
Grier, Michelle : Kant’s Doctrine of Transcendental IllusionGoogle Scholar
Allison, Henry : Kant’s Theory of TasteGoogle Scholar
Speight, Allen : Hegel, Literature, and the Problem of AgencyGoogle Scholar
Bernstein, J. M. : AdornoGoogle Scholar
Dudley, Will : Hegel, Nietzsche, and PhilosophyGoogle Scholar
Carman, Taylor : Heidegger’s AnalyticGoogle Scholar
Moggach, Douglas : The Philosophy and Politics of Bruno BauerGoogle Scholar
Bubner, Rüdiger : The Innovations of IdealismGoogle Scholar
Stewart, Jon : Kierkegaard’s Relations to Hegel ReconsideredGoogle Scholar
Quante, Michael : Hegel’s Concept of ActionGoogle Scholar
Detel, Wolfgang : Foucault and Classical AntiquityGoogle Scholar
Wallace, Robert M. : Hegel’s Philosophy of Reality, Freedom, and GodGoogle Scholar
Oksala, Johanna : Foucault on FreedomCrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Martin, Wayne : Theories of JudgmentGoogle Scholar
Meier, Heinrich : Leo Strauss and the Theologico-Political ProblemGoogle Scholar
Höffe, Otfried : Kant’s Cosmopolitan Theory of Law and PeaceGoogle Scholar
Longuenesse, Béatrice : Hegel’s Critique of MetaphysicsGoogle Scholar
Zuckert, Rachel : Kant on Beauty and BiologyGoogle Scholar
Bowie, Andrew : Music, Philosophy and ModernityGoogle Scholar
Redding, Paul : Analytic Philosophy and the Return of Hegelian ThoughtGoogle Scholar
Gjesdal, Kristin : Gadamer and the Legacy of German IdealismGoogle Scholar
Merle, Jean-Christophe : German Idealism and the Concept of PunishmentGoogle Scholar
Krishek, Sharon : Kierkegaard on Faith and LoveGoogle Scholar
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Rutter, Benjamin : Hegel on the Modern ArtsGoogle Scholar
Baxley, Anne Margaret : Kant’s Theory of VirtueGoogle Scholar
James, David : Fichte’s Social and Political PhilosophyGoogle Scholar
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Freyenhagen, Fabian : Adorno’s Practical PhilosophyGoogle Scholar
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