Pamela Sue Anderson and Jordan Bell, Kant and Theology (T&T Clark, 2010)
Here is a look at a book that I finished reading over the Independence Day weekend. I’ve owned it for a while and consulted it previously but have only now read it entirely. That’s not much of a feat, given that it’s only 87 pages excluding endnotes. (And, yes, that’s a pet peeve of mine: the use of endnotes instead of footnotes.)
Yet, there is a considerable amount packed into such a small volume. Perhaps it is the nature of the subject matter, but it felt longer. That’s good, and it demonstrates no small amount of skill from Anderson and Bell to condense this material into a handy overview. That’s the best way to describe Kant and Theology. It’s a handy overview; an introductory text.
The stated objective of the book is to recommend Kant for…
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