Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Kant / edited by Paul Guyer.

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Introduction: the starry heavens and the moral law Paul Guyer
1. Kant's intellectual development: 1746-1781 Frederick C. Beiser
2. The Transcendental Aesthetic Charles Parsons
3. Functions of thought and the synthesis of intuitions J. Michael Young
4. The transcendental deduction of the categories Paul Guyer
5. Causal laws and the foundations of natural science Michael Friedman
6. Empirical, rational and transcendental psychology: psychology as science and as philosophy Gary Hatfield
7. Reason and practice of science Thomas E. Wartenberg
8. The critique of metaphysics: Kant and traditional ontology Karl Ameriks
9. Vindicating reason Onora O'Neill
10. Autonomy, obligation and virtue: an overview of Kant's moral philosophy J. B. Schneewind
11. Politics, freedom and order: Kant's political philosophy Wolfgang Kersting
12. Taste, sublimity and genius: the aesthetics of nature and art Eva Schaper
13. Rational theology, moral faith and religion Allen W. Wood
14. The first twenty years of critique: the Spinoza connection George di Gionvanni.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804