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  1. The Idea of the End: Kant’s Philosophical Eschatology.Evan F. Kuehn - 2021 - International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 82 (1):17-33.
    ABSTRACT Kant’s late essay ‘The End of All Things’ establishes a distinctly modern field of inquiry that has fittingly been called ‘philosophical eschatology’ by asking, ‘why do human beings expect an end of the world at all?’ Interpretation of the essay’s purpose and argument have usually taken one of two routes: Kant is either understood as writing an esoteric political critique under the guise of the philosophy of religion, or as being focused largely on problems related to the immortality of (...)
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