Law and Peace in Kant’s Philosophy 2008
DOI: 10.1515/9783110210347.2.107
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Allison, Guyer, and Kant on the “Neglected Alternative Charge”

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“…Kanterian (, 263–288) and Specht (, 514–534) must also be singled out for filling an important need, as they reintroduce us to Trendelenburg's point of view at a level of detail often neglected by Kant scholars (and by the present author). These can fruitfully be supplemented with other recent or current studies of the problem itself: Adair‐Toteff (, 131–148); Allais (, 47–75); Allison (, 313–321, especially 313–315; , 102–114, especially 111–114; , 3–26; 2004, 118–132, especially 128–132; , 111–124); Ameriks (, 329–342, especially 335–337); Bennett (, 22–27); Bird (, 173–178; , 486–499; , 289–300); Bonaccini (, 107–120); Breitenbach (, 137–148); Buroker (, 93–100; , 36–72, 305–309); DeLong (, 13–26); Disalle (, 55–79); Falkenstein (, 265–283; , 289–309, 310–333, 334–355; , 140–153); Gardner (, 57–74); Gram (, 207–210); Guyer (, 333–383); Hanna (, 95–105, 105–119, especially 105–113); Herissone‐Kelly (, 269–282); Hogan (, 49–63; , 355–382); Insole (, 608–638); Katz (, 91–100); Keller (, 217–234, especially 224–228); Kemp Smith (, 112–114); Kitcher (, 599–608); Körner (, 37–39); Kroon (, 165–181); Langton (, 7–14, 15–47); Paton (, 171–175, 180–181); Pippin (, 54–87, 188–215); Rescher (, 289–299); Rogerson (, 271–286); Rosefeldt (, 755–764); Rosenberg (, 61–87); Scott‐Taggart (, 171–209, especially 184); Senderowicz (, 97–110, 135–157); Setiya (, 63–88); Strawson (, 47–71, 235–273); Thompson (, 33–48); Van Cleve (, 134–171); Walker (, 821–843); Werkmeister (, 301–311).…”
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“…Kanterian (, 263–288) and Specht (, 514–534) must also be singled out for filling an important need, as they reintroduce us to Trendelenburg's point of view at a level of detail often neglected by Kant scholars (and by the present author). These can fruitfully be supplemented with other recent or current studies of the problem itself: Adair‐Toteff (, 131–148); Allais (, 47–75); Allison (, 313–321, especially 313–315; , 102–114, especially 111–114; , 3–26; 2004, 118–132, especially 128–132; , 111–124); Ameriks (, 329–342, especially 335–337); Bennett (, 22–27); Bird (, 173–178; , 486–499; , 289–300); Bonaccini (, 107–120); Breitenbach (, 137–148); Buroker (, 93–100; , 36–72, 305–309); DeLong (, 13–26); Disalle (, 55–79); Falkenstein (, 265–283; , 289–309, 310–333, 334–355; , 140–153); Gardner (, 57–74); Gram (, 207–210); Guyer (, 333–383); Hanna (, 95–105, 105–119, especially 105–113); Herissone‐Kelly (, 269–282); Hogan (, 49–63; , 355–382); Insole (, 608–638); Katz (, 91–100); Keller (, 217–234, especially 224–228); Kemp Smith (, 112–114); Kitcher (, 599–608); Körner (, 37–39); Kroon (, 165–181); Langton (, 7–14, 15–47); Paton (, 171–175, 180–181); Pippin (, 54–87, 188–215); Rescher (, 289–299); Rogerson (, 271–286); Rosefeldt (, 755–764); Rosenberg (, 61–87); Scott‐Taggart (, 171–209, especially 184); Senderowicz (, 97–110, 135–157); Setiya (, 63–88); Strawson (, 47–71, 235–273); Thompson (, 33–48); Van Cleve (, 134–171); Walker (, 821–843); Werkmeister (, 301–311).…”
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confidence: 99%