Introduction Gordon Michalson; 1. Holy scriptures within the boundaries of mere reason: Kant's reflections Otfried Hoeffe; 2. The evil in human nature Allen W. Wood; 3. Radical evil and human freedom Ingolf Dalferth; 4. Gesinnung: responsibility, moral worth and character Alison Hills; 5. Hope, possibility, and divine action Andrew Chignell; 6. Kant on grace Leslie Stevenson; 7. Kant, miracles, and Religion, Parts One and Two Karl Ameriks; 8. Kant's Jesus Manfred Kuehn; 9. Pluralism in the ethical community Nicholas Tampio; 10. Kant's religious constructivism Pablo Muchnik; 11. What does his Religion contribute to Kant's conception of Practical Reason? G. Felicitas Munzel; 12. Culture and the limits of Practical Reason in Kant's Religion Richard Velkley.
This volume provides a synoptic view of Kant's major work of religious thought.
Gordon E. Michalson is Professor of Humanities at the New College of Florida. His most recent books include Fallen Freedom: Kant on Radical Evil and Moral Regeneration (Cambridge, 1990) and Kant and the Problem of God (1999).