The Historical Background of Kant's Critical Teaching
This chapter gives a brief account of the three major influences which shaped Kant's opinions, which provided the background from which he dissented, and which he in great part transposed and restructured. The influences considered are those of Leibniz, Christian Wolff, and Christian August Crusius.
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