|Title:||Grace and Law: St. Paul, Kant, and the Hebrew Prophets|
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Unlike Kant, St. Paul was struck by the innate incapacity of human beings to do not merely what the moral law demanded, but what they wanted themselves to do. Gradually, and against his own intellectual inclinations, Cassirer came to feel that Paul, and not Kant, provided the more accurate understanding of human nature. Although Cassirer doesn't seem to be aware to be especially aware of his work, his book points very much in the direction of Kierkegaard's work, in particular PHILOSOPHICAL FRAGMENTS and THE SICKNESS UNTO DEATH. In both books Kierkegaard displays the logic of Christianity, in which people who are incapable of meeting the demands of the moral law are brought into contact with a redeemer who is the only remedy. Heinz W. Cassirer was the son of one of the most famous Kantian scholars of the 20th century, Ernst Cassirer.
Heinrich (Heinz) Walter Cassirer (9 August 1903 – 20 February 1979) was a Kantian philosopher, the son of a famous German philosopher, Ernst Cassirer. Being Jews, the Cassirer family fled the Nazis in the 1930s. Heinz went to University of Glasgow working with Professor H. J. Paton, who persuaded him to write a book on Kant's third Critique, the Critique of Judgment. Following Paton, he moved to Oxford, lecturing at Corpus Christi College. Translation by Cassirer. He was a noted scholar on the thought of Kant. He thought highly of Karl Barth's understanding of Kant. Grace and Law: St. Paul, Kant, and the Hebrew Prophets. Paul, William E (2003). McFarland & Company.
Being Jews, the Cassirer family fled the Nazis in the 1930s.
Grace and Law. St. Paul Kant, and the Hebrew Prophets.
Book by Cassirer, Heinz. ISBN13: 9780802803177. Release Date: November 1988.
Grace and Law: St. Kant was the fourth of nine children, baptized Emanuel, he changed his name to Immanuel after learning Hebrew. Young Kant was a solid, albeit unspectacular, student and he was brought up in a Pietist household that stressed religious devotion, humility, and a literal interpretation of the Bible. Paul, Kant, and the Hebrew Prophets". Heinz Paetzold - ( 1941) ist ein deutscher Philosoph.