Kant in Finland

Milla Vaha, Hemmo Laiho, Markus Nikkarla

Resumen


In the editorial note, we shortly outline the reception of Kant’s philosophy in Finland and how Kant’s philosophy became an academic topic from the late 18th century onwards. We also provide some details about the translations of Kant’s works into Finnish. Finally, we introduce the contributions to the special section on Kantian studies in Finland.


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Kant; Kantianism; Finland

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Referencias


Bergbom, F. (1811), Dissertatio metaphysica Kantianorum de re in se (Ding an sich) doctrinam breviter examinans, avaliable online at http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:fv-01469

Franzén, F. M. (1798), De principio ultimo officiorum hominis, available online at http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:fv-11845

Klinge et al. (1987), Helsingin yliopisto 1640–1990. Ensimmäinen osa. Kuninkaallinen Turun akatemia 1640–1808, Helsinki: Otava.

Lagus, A. J. (1804), Immanuëlis Kant de tempore doctrina, breviter dilucidata, available online at http://urn.fi/URN:NBN:fi-fd2014-00005602

Oittinen, V. (2012), “Philosophy in Finland 1200-1850”, in I. Pitkäranta (ed.), Ajatuksen kulku, suomalaiset filosofit maailmalla – maailman filosofit Suomessa, available online at https://filosofia.fi/tallennearkisto/tekstit/6300




DOI (PDF): https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3865083

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