Publications in the spotlight

Kants Enlightenment ideal and the concerns of the public, i. e. the world at large
Vanhaute Liesbet  
Kant und die Philosophie in weltb├╝rgerlicher Absicht : Akten des 11. Kant-Kongress 2010 / Bacin, Stefano [edit.]; e.a.-p. 877-890
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Kant and the anthropology of agency : a reconstructive interpretation of Kant's moral anthropology
Vanhaute Liesbet  
Antwerpen, Universiteit Antwerpen, Faculteit Letteren & Wijsbegeerte, Wijsbegeerte, 2012,186 p.
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How biological is human history? Kants use of biological concepts and its implications for history as moral anthropology
Vanhaute Liesbet  
Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain - ISSN 0263-5232-63/64 (2011) p. 252-268
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Systematic classification or purposive moralization? On why teleology is not the (only) key to Kants Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View
Vanhaute Liesbet  
Kant yearbook - ISSN 1868-4599-3 (2011) p. 43-66
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How biological is human history? Kants use of biological concepts and its implications for history as moral anthropology
Vanhaute Liesbet  
Logical Analysis & History of Philosophy / Philosophiegeschichte und Logische Analyse - ISSN 1617-3473-14 (2011) p. 154-168
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