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Hermann Cohen’s Kantian Philosophy of Religion


Ketil Bonaunet

Contents: Hermann Cohen’s philosophy of religion as a Kantian philosophy of religion – Compassion and the discovery of the «thou» as complementation of a Kantian ethics of universal respect – Compassion as belonging to a religious consciousness – Moral guilt as a problem in Kantian ethics and philosophy of religion – The problem of the autonomy of religion within a Kantian philosophy of religion.