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NEW BOOK: “PRAGMATISM, KANT AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHY”, GABRIELE GAVA AND ROBERT STERN (EDS.), ROUTLEDGE, 2016

We are glad to announce that the volume Pragmatism, Kant and Transcendental Philosophy, edited by Gabriele Gava and Robert Stern (Routledge, 2016, 297 pp.), is now out.

Here is the volume’s table of contents:

Introduction – Gabriele Gava & Robert Stern
1. German Idealism, Classical Pragmatism, and Kant’s Third Critique – Sebastian Gardner
2. The Fallibilism of Kant’s Architectonic – Gabriele Gava
3. A Kant-Inspired Vision of Pragmatism as Democratic Experimentalism – David Macarthur
4. Peirce, Kant, and What We Must Assume – Cheryl Misak
5. Peirce and the Final Opinion: Against Apel’s Transcendental Interpretation of the Categories – Daniel Herbert
6. Forms of Reasoning as Conditions of Possibility: Peirce’s Transcendental Inquiry Concerning Inductive Knowledge – Jean-Marie Chevalier
7. Kant and Peirce on Belief – Marcus Willaschek
8. Round Kant or Through Him? On James’s Arguments for Freedom, and their Relation to Kant’s – Robert Stern
9. Consciousness in Kant and William James – Graham Bird
10. Concepts of Objects as Prescribing Laws: A Kantian and Pragmatist Line of Thought – James R. O’Shea
11. Subjectivity as Negativity and as a Limit: On the Metaphysics and Ethics of the Transcendental Self, Pragmatically Naturalized – Sami Pihlström
12. A Plea for Transcendental Philosophy – Wolfgang Kuhlmann
13. Transcendental Argument, Epistemically Constrained Truth, and Moral Discourse – Boris Rähme

A review of the volume, written by Vincent Colapietro (Pennysylvania State University), could be found here.

We are also happy to share with you a downloadable version of the volume’s Introduction, which could be found here.

Printable Version

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