Series: Political Philosophy Now
- January 2009 · 224pages · 216x138mm
- ·Hardback - 9780708320266
Explores the link between logic, ethics and political theory. This book analyses the theoretical origins and application of the concept of intersubjectivity, arguing that post-Kantian philosophy (in Fichte, Schiller and Hegel) extends Kant’s critique of Leibniz to yield a different theory of modern freedom, community and mutual recognition.