Contemporary Studies in Kantian Philosophy 6 (2021), Featuring: A Bibliography of Kant’s Writings Listed by English Translations of Their Titles, Nora Schleich on The Aestheticity of the Sublime, and The Limits of Sense and Reason: A Line-By-Line Critical Commentary on Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason, Part 1.
By Robert Hanna
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. CSKP Editorial Team, “A Bibliography of Kant’s Writings Listed By English Translations of Their Titles,” 1–10.
2. Robert Hanna (Independent, USA), The Limits of Sense and Reason: A Line-By-Line Critical Commentary on Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason, Part 1, 11–109.
3. Nora Schleich (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz DE), “The Aestheticity of the Sublime,” 110–134.
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