Cloth $130.00 ISBN: 9780708323779 Published October 2011 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only

Politics and Metaphysics in Kant

Edited by Sorin Baiasu, Sami Pihlström, and Howard Williams

Edited by Sorin Baiasu, Sami Pihlström, and Howard Williams

Distributed for University of Wales Press

277 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 | © 2011
Cloth $130.00 ISBN: 9780708323779 Published October 2011 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only

This volume features thirteen all-new, cutting-edge essays that explore the relationship between politics and metaphysics in Kant and Kantian political philosophy. The contributors engage closely with contemporary theories that derive from Kant and ultimately revisit the question of the very role of metaphysics and moral and political philosophy.

Contents
Abbreviations and References to Kant's Works

1. Metaphysics and Politics in the Wake of Kant: The Project of a Critical Practical Philosophy
      Sorin Baiasu, Sami Pihlström and Howard Williams
2. Kant’s Moral Constructivism and Rational Justification
      Kenneth R. Westphal
3. Political, not Metaphysical, yet Kantian? A Defense of Rawls
      Alyssa R. Bernstein
4. On the Conditions of Discourse and Being: Kantian, Wittgensteinian and Levinasian Perspectives on the Relation between Metaphysics and Ethics
      Sami Pihlström
5. One Community or Many? From Logic to Juridical Law via Metaphysics
      Lucas Thorpe
6. Kant’s Rechtslehre and Ideas of Reason
      Tatiana Patrone
7. Practical Agency, Teleology and System in Kant’s Architectonic of Pure Reason
      Lea Ypi
8. What a Kantian Can Know A Priori: An Argument for Moral Cognitivism
      Katerina Deligiorgi
9. Metaphysics and Moral Judgement
      Sorin Baiasu
10. 'Intelligible Facts’: Toward a Constructivist Account of Action and Responsibility
      Garrath Williams
11. Metaphysical and not just Political
      Howard Williams
12. Cosmopolitan Right: State and System in Kant’s Political Theory
      Sharon Anderson-Gold
13. The Metaphysics of International Law: Kant’s ‘Unjust Enemy’ and the Limitation of Self-Authorization
      Oliver Eberl

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