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|Title:||The Relationship of the Idea of God and the Postulate of God in Kant|
|Authors:||Thiessen, John Elmer|
|Abstract:||<p>This thesis is the product of a year's research at the Friedrich Alexander Universitat Erlangen - Nurnberg, made possible by an exchange scholarship granted by the Deutsoher Akadamischer Auatauschdienst, to whom I am most grateful. Somehow, contact with German thinking at a German university creates the right atmosphere for the study of one of Germany's greatest philosophers.</p> <p>I wish to express my thanks to my thesis supervisor at McMaster University, Miss M. Hahn, who first led me to consider a treatment of Kant for my thesis in view of my interest in the Philosophy of Religion. The suggestion at first scared me, but in carrying it out; I found it very challenging and satisfying. I wish to thank Miss Hahn for her help, guidance and useful criticism during the writing of my thesis.</p>|
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