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2017 | 11 | 137-148
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Immanuel Kant a protestantyzm

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Kant and Protestantism
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The relationships between Kant’s philosophy and Protestantism are still the subject of studies and new findings. Contemporarily, the univocal and enthusiastic identification of Kantian philosophy with Lutheran anthro¬pology and eschatology, typical for nineteenth-century historians, has been evaluated much more critically. Paulsen’s claim that Kant was a “philosopher of Protestantism” is not received without reservation. Some analogies with the foundations of Luther’s reform can be recognised in Kant’s polemic with religious metaphysics. However, Kant’s philosophy of religion seems to be a kind of continuation of the reformation spirit in the field of philosophy, but not only a legitimisation of the religious reform which in the 18th century were already fossilised and out of date.
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11
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137-148
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  • dr hab. filozofii, profesor nadzwyczajny w Instytucie Filozofii Uniwer¬sytetu Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu. Zajmuje się historią filozofii nowożytnej i filozofią religii. Autor monografii: Koncepcja egzystencji Sørena Kierkagaarda (Toruń 2004), Filozofia religii Immanuela Kanta (Toruń 2008), Opus postumum Immanuela Kanta (ssToruń 2016). Na język polski przekładał między innymi rozprawy Kanta, Fichtego, Jaspersa, Schillera, Bultmanna, Müllera. Redaktor naczelny kwartalnika „Studia z Historii Filozofii” oraz serii wydawniczej publikującej materiały z dziejów recepcji filozofii Kanta w Polsce.
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