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From critical to speculative idealism; the philosophy of Solomon Maimon, by Samuel Atlas Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York City.

Author/Creator:
Atlas, Samuel H., 1899-1977.
Publication:
The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff, 1964.
Format/Description:
Book
[12], 335, [1] pages 25 cm.
Subjects:
Maimon, Salomon, 1754-1800.
Place of Publication:
Netherlands Hague.
Contents:
Introduction
The thing in itself
The Copernican Revolution in philosophy: subject and object
The Copernican Revolution: subject and consciousness
Infinite mind
Infinitesimals of sensation
Levels of cognition
Principle of determinability
Time and space
Antinomies
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
Concluding remarks.
Notes:
"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 [2] 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:
1964
Contributor:
The Library of Chaim Potok (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
519636
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