On the So-Called Conundrums in Kant’s Philosophical Theology 15 November 2016

The following text is the first of two “General Remarks” in a book manuscript of dialogues on Kant’s philosophy for which I have been unable to find a publisher.  Without offering reader responses directly, the North American Kant Society rejected the proposal, which included the following dialogue, with the one sentence:  “Your very rich and interesting proposal falls well outside the rather more conservative academic lines of the NAKS series to date.”  The second “General Remarks” addresses the question “Was Kant a Racist?.”

On the So-Called Conundrums of Kant’s Philosophical Theology

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