Il legno storto
I molteplici significati del male in Kant
2002, cm 17 x 24, 378 pp.
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Based on a reconstruction of the cultural context of the formation of Kant’s thought and a thorough reading of unpublished works, lessons and reflections this volume shows a discontinuity in Kant’s conception of evil as yet underestimated by interpretative tradition. The study throws light on problematic aspects and the many meanings of the concept underlining how the autonomous principle of evil is not consistent with the assumption of practical reason.