Professor

Paul D. Guyer

Brown University
Area
Humanities and Arts
Specialty
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Member Since
1999
Research centers on the history of modern philosophy, especially Kant, and the history of aesthetics. he has published books on Kant's aesthetics, on his theory of knowledge, and on his moral and political philosophy, and has co-authored new translations of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason and Critique of the Power of Judgement. He has written numerous articles on philosophers and aestheticians from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries. Current research plans include: translations of Kant's posthumous notes and fragments, a book on the structure of Kant's philosophical system as a whole. Three-volume History of Modern Aesthetics will appear in 2014.
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