Immanuel Kant’s work continues to be a main focus of attention in almost all areas of philosophy. Not only are there interesting interpretive issues, which continue to spark new debates, but his thought has proved to be a rich source of innovative views in theoretical, practical, and teleological philosophy, at metaphilosophical, normative, or applied levels. This introductory chapter will explain the reasons behind the way the volume is structured. The main distinctions that determine the domains within which the various chapters of this volume have been placed will be introduced. The presentation and justification of the volume’s structure will by itself offer an overview of the main connections between the various parts of the book. In addition, each of the forty-five chapters in the volume will be briefly introduced.
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