From critical to speculative idealism; the philosophy of Solomon Maimon, by Samuel Atlas Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York City.
- The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff, 1964.
, 335,  pages 25 cm.
- Maimon, Salomon, 1754-1800.
- Place of Publication:
- Netherlands Hague.
The thing in itself
The Copernican Revolution in philosophy: subject and object
The Copernican Revolution: subject and consciousness
Infinitesimals of sensation
Levels of cognition
Principle of determinability
Time and space
Philosophy and mathematics; Maimon's conception of philosophy
Maimon's skepticism and its relation to critical and dogmatic philosophy
Contemporaneous Philosophy: Maimon and Reinhold; Maimon and Aenesidemus-Schulez; Maimon and Fichte; Correspondence of Fichte-Maimon
- "Here we deal with some of the fundamental themes of Maimon's philosophy, including his examination of Kant's philosophy, his relation to such immediate post-Kantians as Reinhold and Schulze, and the relation between him and Fichte."--Preface.
Includes bibliographical footnotes and index.
- Local notes:
- Potok Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries by Adena Potok.
Potok Collection copy: dust jacket retained.
Potok Collection copy has autograph "Herman Potok February 1965 New York City".
Potok Collection copy has  pages from Hebrew journal laid in.
Potok Collection copy has underlines, marginal marks and ms. annotations throughout.
- Penn Provenance:
- Potok, Adena (donor) (Potok Collection copy)
Potok, Chaim (autograph) (Potok Collection copy)
- Penn Chronology:
- The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania)
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