Karl Leonhard Reinhold’s Transcendental Psychology

Boston: De Gruyter (2016)
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Reinhold’s Elementary Philosophy is the first system of transcendental philosophy after Kant. Recent scholarship has understood it as a model of Grundsatzphilosophie, as a defense of the concept of freedom, or as a shift from philosophy to history of philosophy. The present book, translated from Italian language, emphasizes another golden thread in Reinhold’s works from 1784–94 and regards his philosophy as a system of transcendental psychology.

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Faustino Fabbianelli
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Reinhold on intellectual intuition.Elise Frketich - forthcoming - British Journal for the History of Philosophy:1-17.
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