By William Desmond,Ernst-Otto Onnasch,Paul Cruysberghs

This quantity contains reports written by way of renowned students operating within the box of German Idealism. those students come from the English conversing philosophical global and Continental Europe. They deal with significant elements of where of faith in Idealism, Romanticism and different faculties of idea and tradition. in addition they talk about the tensions and kin among faith and philosophy by way of the explicit shape they soak up German Idealism, and when it comes to the impression they nonetheless have on modern tradition. The authors think of figures reminiscent of Kant, Fichte, Hegel, and Jacobi.
The publication will end up very informative to researchers and academics operating within the fields of philosophy, philosophy of faith, and classical German philosophy.

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