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A review of a book on Kant’s essay on history

May 2nd, 2010 · No Comments

I review a book of essays, from Cambridge University Press on Kant’s essay on history: The mystery of Kant’s challenge and the evolution connection

It is a bit outrageous that this book was written without reference to my solution to ‘Kant’s Challenge’ from that essay, but then again it was probably no accident. The Darwin Establishment has reached the Kant community, it seems, and turned them all into stone, mum on the Darwin question. Kant could hardly have been a Darwinist, so we have Kant’s scholars pretending otherwise, or otherwise silent on controversial questions.

One more reason why it requires outsiders to do the work of frozen academics.

Tags: Booknotes · Kant · The Eonic Effect

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