Kant and the Culture of Enlightenment (SUNY Series in Philosophy)
Gadamer, Kant, and the Enlightenment
The perspective opened by this historical dialogue challenges twentieth-century revisionist interpretations of the Enlightenment to show that the culture of enlightenment is not simply a fragment of our intellectual history but rather a live project. The Idea of a Culture of Enlightenment.
Nature and the Criticism of Culture. Culture after Enlightenment. Kant is without question the leading figure of the Enlightenment—at least within the German tradition, if not for the European Enlightenment in general.
As such we should expect Gadamer to be strongly critical of Kant. It is this ambivalence that this paper examines. Gadamer, Kant, and the Enlightenment in Research in Phenomenology. Author: Robert Dostal 1.
Keywords: Enlightenment ; freedom ; prudence ; Gadamer ; Kant ; hermeneutics ; representationalism. Restricted Access.
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