Item Code: IDG944
by Sachidanand PrasadHardcover (Edition: 2005)
Classical Publishing Company
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The present work of this book is the comparative disrepute into which Kant's Philosophy has fallen. The fundamental reason for this disrepute is the atheism and agnosticism of Kant's philosophical thinking. This book challenges the atheistic and agnostic orthodoxy surrounding the name of Immanuel Kant.
The first chapter deals with an assessment of Kant's in western philosophy. The second chapter is devoted to the nature and function of Metaphysics. The subject matter of the third chapter is Kant's critique of Metaphysic. In the fourth chapter the mystery surrounding the concept of God has been dealt with. The positive proofs for the existence of God in Kant's Philosophy constitute the subject matter of the fifth chapter.
The comparative disrepute of the book is useful for teachers and students.
About the Author
Dr. Sachidanand Prasad born in the year 1957 at Arai Aurangabad. He has completed his M.A. 1982 and PhD in 1988 in philosophy from Ranchi University Ranchi. He has joined P.G. Centre, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag in the year 1984 and has joined Annada College Hazaribag in 1989. Then he was appointed by Bihar University service commission as a lecture in Philosophy at Magadh University, Bodhgaya. Presently he is working as a Head of the Department of Philosophy at Ram Ratan Singh College, Mokama, Patna.
|Chapter One||Kant's Place in Philosophy||1|
|Chapter Two||The Nature and Function of Metaphysics||18|
|Chapter Three||Kant's Antinomies of Reason||28|
|Chapter Four||The Mystery Surrounding the Concept of God||57|
|Chapter Five||Kant's Conception of God||65|