Scheler’s Critique of Kant’s Ethics: Continental Thought Series, V. 22
by Philip Blosser
Ohio University Press, 1995
Cloth: 978-0-8214-1108-7
Library of Congress Classification B3329.S483F623 1995
Dewey Decimal Classification 170.92

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“My interest in [Max] Scheler’s critique of Kant runs back nearly a decade…. The more I read of Scheler, the more I began to see the value of a project dealing with his critique of Kant in Der Formalismus in der Ethik und die Materiale Wetethik, which would possess the virtue of focusing in a single project three important strands of philosophical interest: phenomenology, Kantianism, and ethics….


“The study is divided into six chapters and two appendices. Each of the chapters constituting the body of the work contains a brief analysis of the Kantian position or discussion of the basic questions at issue in it, an exposition of Scheler’s critique of the Kantian position and its presuppositions, and a detailed appraisal of Scheler’s critique.”—from the introduction by the author



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