SGIR Author-Meets-Critics Book Symposium, 2018 Eastern APA:
3. Konstantin Pollok, Kant’s Theory of Normativity, reviewed by Huaping Lu-Adler
4. Konstantin Pollok, Kant’s Theory of Normativity, reviewed by Brian Tracz
5. On the Juridical Context of Kant’s Synthetic Principles A Priori: Reply to Huaping Lu-Adler and Brian Tracz,
Lydia Moland, Editor
Gerad Gentry, Consulting Editor
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