The culmination of a lifetime’s preoccupation with crucial human concerns too often curiously marginalized by the history of philosophy, The Expansion of Metaphysics sheds new light on freedom and the will by making the phenomenon of novelty philosophically intelligible. The a priori synthesis of Kant is joined to Judeo-Christian themes (the kenosis of Christ in the incarnation and the tzimtzum of God in the creation) in order to develop a doctrine of "superabundance" (freedom and love) and "singularity" (with the Work of Art and the Child as paradigms). Space and time are reanalyzed as structural forms of human existence as Vet? guides the reader into the depths and heights of reality, climaxing in a metaphysics of good and evil.
The Expansion of Metaphysics
Dimensions:178mm x 254mm