What did Kant say about Spinoza?

Reason and the Absolute

Handbook of German Idealism pp 22-54 | Cite as

  • Matteo d'Alfonso
  • Felix Duque
  • Gian Franco Frigo
  • Bärbel Frischmann
  • Piero Giordanetti
  • Jean-François Kervégan
  • Lothar Knatz
  • Georg Mohr
  • Brian O'Connor
  • Detlev Pätzold
  • Maciej Potępa
  • Michael Rosen
  • Henriikka Tavi
  • Hans Jörg Sandkühler

Summary

At least two processes are characteristic of German idealism and the criticism of traditional metaphysics it carried out, or its various attempts to transform it into new forms of philosophical system formation.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Matteo d'Alfonso
  • Felix Duque
  • Gian Franco Frigo
  • Bärbel Frischmann
  • Piero Giordanetti
  • Jean-François Kervégan
  • Lothar Knatz
  • Georg Mohr
  • Brian O'Connor
  • Detlev Pätzold
  • Maciej Potępa
  • Michael Rosen
  • Henriikka Tavi
  • Hans Jörg Sandkühler

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