[Autom. eng. transl.] Kant's didactic work and lecture texts, which have been handed down to us in various forms, have been used by specialists for many years as a means to explain some of the problematic points in Kant's thinking and to help him better understand the historical development of his philosophy. In addition to various monographs and essays, Kant's courses on specific disciplines - mostly logic, metaphysics and anthropology -, there have been many colloquia and conferences in recent years, which aimed at assessing the value and limits of use of these lectures in the context of Kant research. The volume edited by RR Clewis z. B. arose from a colloquium: Kant as Lecturer / Philosopher: Connections between His Lectures and Philosophy (LMU Munich, 3-4 May 2013). The volume goes beyond the bounds of a record book and could be considered the first comprehensive guide to Kant's lectures, not only because of the completeness of the consideration, which deals with all disciplines taught by Kant during his academic career, but also because of the strict observance of the methodology, with which these lectures can and must be used.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Book review by Robert R. Clewis (a cura di), Reading Kant's Lectures, Berlin-Boston, de Gruyter, 2015|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
- Kant, Vorlesungen, Logik, Metaphysik, Anthropologie