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Kant's Philosophy

A Study for Educators
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James Scott Johnston
425 g
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A systematic study of Kant's work, illuminating his often neglected thinking on pedagogy and education.
Preface Introduction 1. Kant's Theoretical Philosophy: The Critique of Pure Reason 2. Laying the Groundwork of Moral Theory: The Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals 3. Practical Reason, Virtue, and Moral Education 4. Kant's Political Thought 5. Culture, Character, and the Conduct of Thought: From the Lectures on Ethics to the Anthropology 6. Kant's Educational Writings 7. Towards a Kantian Moral Education References Index
James Scott Johnston's incisive study draws on a holistic reading of Kant: one that views him as developing and testing a complete system (theoretical, practical, historical and anthropological) with education as a vital component. As such, the book begins with an extensive overview of Kant's chief theoretical work (the Critique of Pure Reason), and from that overview distils crucial discussions (the role of practical reason; the claims of the third antinomy) for his moral theory. An extended discussion of Kant's moral and political theories and the place of pedagogy in it follow, with attention to all of Kant's important moral works as well as his chief religious work, Religion within the Bounds of Mere Reason. A discussion of culture and character follows, chiefly through a discussion of Kant's Critique of the Power of Judgment and Anthropology from a Pragmatic Standpoint, together with certain lectures and published essays on history and politics. Finally, an extensive discussion of Kant's published works on education, together with only recently published letters and announcements (in English), is provided.
This culminates in Johnston's estimation of what a Kantian education, systematically conceived, might look like: an education that is attentive to theoretical, moral, cultural-historical, and pedagogic domains of Kant's thinking.

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