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Online event: “Kant and the divine”, November 18th, 2020

We are glad to give notice of the online launch of Christopher Insole’s new book Kant and the Divine: From Contemplation to the Moral Law, taking place at 4.30pm GMT on Wednesday 18 November.

For this event, Prof. Insole will be joined by three respondents:

·         Jennifer Herdt (Yale Divinity School)

·         Nicholas Adams (University of Birmingham)

·         Clare Carlisle (King’s College London)

To receive Zoom details please register at https://centreforcatholicstudies.eventbrite.com.

Here is a brief description of the book:

Kant and the Divine offers a definitive study of the development of Kant’s conception of the highest good, from his earliest work to his dying days. Christopher Insole argues that Kant believes in God, but that Kant is not a Christian, and that this opens up an important and neglected dimension of Western Philosophy.

“A magisterial study of Kant’s inseparable philosophy of religion and moral philosophy. This book is a landmark.” Paul Guyer, Brown University

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