Hartnack, Justus Books

From Radical Empiricism to Kant's Critical Idealism
1986 0-88946-304-2
The history of epistemology from Hume to Kant, written by Justus Hartnack, who is universally recognized as one of the most distinguished philosophers of our time.

Human Rights Freedom, Justice, and Equality
1992 0-7734-9483-9
This book presents a cogent set of explications of the nature of government, democracy, ideology, law, the place of violence, criminality, merit, poverty, property - in fact, nearly the gamut of concepts seminal to the political universe of discourse and its position in the grid of moral concepts: good, duty, freedom, value, etc.. A thoroughgoing categorical objectivism is presented and defended, which is still articulate enough to declare roots and methods in liberal tradition, analytical philosophy, as well as in Hegelian dialectic. Produces a consistent argument, uniting a diverse philosophical heritage while maintaining political integrity. This is a first rate study by a mature philosopher, and should gain standard stature.