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Pure practical reason
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Mary J. Gregor
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Ernst Cassirer
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Hedgehog's dilemma
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Johanna Schopenhauer
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Arthur Schopenhauer
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Robert Nozick
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Rudolf Eisler
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Schopenhauer's criticism of the Kantian philosophy
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Critical philosophy
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Kant-Studien
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Hermann Cohen
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Bruno Bauch
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Georg Simmel
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Kant's antinomies
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Karl Vorländer
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Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics
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Heinrich Rickert
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Friedrich Albert Lange
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Immanuel Kant
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