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John Gray and the Problem of Utopia, Hardback Book

John Gray and the Problem of Utopia Hardback

Part of the Political Philosophy Now series



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.


  • Format:Hardback
  • Pages:224 pages, No
  • Publisher:University of Wales Press
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  • ISBN:9780708320266



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