Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-160) and index.
The rise and origin of Kant's lectures on anthropology -- The character and content of the Anthropology -- Kant's theory of human nature -- Kant's theory of human nature as natural predispositions -- The critical foundations of the Anthropology -- Kant's pragmatic anthropology as popular philosophy.
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