This volume of previously unpublished essays examines the place of the sciences within Kant's philosophical system. The twelve contributors address Kant's views on physics, psychology, cosmology, chemistry, anthropology, and biology, as well as the relationship between his distinctive metaphysical system and science in general. Taken as a whole, they raise fundamental questions about Kant's conceptions of science and how it fits into his systematic philosophy, and will encourage new discussions about the driving forces of his thought.

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