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Kant and Theology: Was Kant a Cloest Theologian? Elizabeth C. Galbraith

Kant and Theology: Was Kant a Cloest Theologian?

Elizabeth C. Galbraith

Published January 1st 1996
ISBN : 9781573090742
Paperback
236 pages
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Immanuel Kant is often thought of as a great skeptic of religion. His onslaught against the traditional arguments for the existence of God in the Critique of Pure Reason is considered decisive evidence of his efforts to destroy theology. This textMoreImmanuel Kant is often thought of as a great skeptic of religion. His onslaught against the traditional arguments for the existence of God in the Critique of Pure Reason is considered decisive evidence of his efforts to destroy theology. This text demonstrates that such an interpretation is mistaken. When Kant attacks the traditional arguments for the existence of God, he is doing so in order to clear the ground, as it were, in anticipation of a more convincing, moral apologetic.