Editors’ Word


  • Paulo Jesus
  • Gualtiero Lorini
  • Ubirajara Marques
  • Marita Rainsborough
  • Fernando Silva




Palavra da Editoria


The present issue collects a group of articles which, given its linguistic, methodological, and thematic diversity, brings to light the exceptional vitality of Kant’s philosophy, while confirming the raison d’être of this journal as a forum for international research.
Linguistically speaking, the articles herein published are written, in accordance with the proposed guidelines, in English, Portuguese, French, and Italian. Methodologically, several approaches are combined, namely, by resorting to a structural-thematic, historical-genetic, and comparative angle. From a thematic point of view, several relevant problems of Kant’s transcendental philosophy are laboured upon, while establishing relations with natural philosophy (or cosmology), moral philosophy, philosophy of history, philosophy of art, political philosophy, and psychology/anthropology. As to the philosophical dialogues struck in these articles, we highlight the reexamination of the connections and the enrichment of the affinities between Kant and J.-J. Rousseau (1712-78), M. Mendelssohn (1729-1786), T. Abbt (1738-1766), H. Cohen (1942-1918), P. Natorp (1854-1924), L. Wittgenstein (1889-1951) e F. Kaulbach (1912-1992).


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Jesus, P., Lorini, G., Marques, U., Rainsborough, M., & Silva, F. (2024). Editors’ Word. Estudos Kantianos [EK], 11(2), 9. https://doi.org/10.36311/2318-0501.2023.v11n2.p9



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