The Concept of Unbelief: As Expounded in Kant and Fichte Albert Mitchell

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Published: August 8th 2013

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The Concept of Unbelief: As Expounded in Kant and Fichte  by  Albert Mitchell

The Concept of Unbelief: As Expounded in Kant and Fichte by Albert Mitchell
August 8th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 187 pages | ISBN: | 3.32 Mb

The Concept of Unbelief is examined according to the ethicalteachings of Immanuel Kant. Kant’s notion of the ‘idea of God’ (as amoral postulate) is used as a foil to the agnostic position to further clarifyKant’s concept of unbelief. This stance byMoreThe Concept of Unbelief is examined according to the ethicalteachings of Immanuel Kant.

Kant’s notion of the ‘idea of God’ (as amoral postulate) is used as a foil to the agnostic position to further clarifyKant’s concept of unbelief. This stance by Kant is contrasted with theconcept of unbelief in Johann Fichte’s “Attempt at a Critique ofAll Revelation.



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