By Immanuel Kant, Allen W. Wood
This quantity collects for the 1st time in one quantity all of Kant's writings on faith and rational theology. those works have been written in the course of a interval of clash among Kant and the Prussian specialists over his non secular teachings. The historic context and development of this clash are charted within the basic creation to the amount and within the translators' introductions to specific texts. the entire translations are new apart from The clash of the colleges, the place the interpretation has been revised and redited to comply to the tips of the Cambridge variation.
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