We are glad to present the new release (n° 7) of Lebenswelt. Aesthetics and Philosophy of Experience. The theme of the present number is the relationship between Kant, biology and the philosophy of biology.
The new release of Lebenswelt. Aesthetics and Philosophy of Experience concerns the tantalizing relation between the Kantian thought and the birth of biology as a scientific discipline. Readers can find the following contributions:
S. Feloj, “Kant in biology”: Introduzione;
A. Gambarotto, Kant e la ‘Scuola di Gottina’. Alcune note a margine alla ‘tesi Lenoir’;
S. Tedesco, Erweiterung des Kantismus, Umgestaltung der Metaphysik. Il giovane Victor von Weizsäcker lettore di Kant;
M. Portera – P. Šustar, Molecular Biology in a Distributed World. A Kantian Perspective on Scientific Practicises and Human Mind;
L. Moss – S.A. Newman, The Grassblade beyond Newton: the Pragmatizing of Kant for Evolutionary-developmental Biology.
In addition to this, the first forty pages are spent to discuss the work by Robert B. Pippin, After the Beautiful.
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