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Critique of Pure Reason


An argument for reconciliation and criticism, Kant's work is included in this volume with an introduction, bibliography, index, and chronology of the ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
Joseph V M

Best book ever written in Logic

by Joseph V M on Oct 7, 2010

This book by far is the best book ever written about logic. Anyone serious about philosophy needs to very slowly traverse these words. More


A classic

by RetiredProf on Dec 24, 2009

The book is, of course, a classic. Kant is Kant and is not easy. It may take you a week to fully digest a page or two. This is no bathroom book. Take your time and read slowly. Make sure you understand each sentence before going on to the next. The book is a masterpiece, and you will be rewarded for ... More


Wood-Guyer's translation is a masterpiece

by carsan on May 23, 2009

I would say, the translation of Wood & Guyer is the best existing one in anglo-american space; it is far better than Smith's translation, over some 80 years ago. Not only students of kantian theoretical philosophy, but also experts in the subject will find this translation a really remarkable piece ... More


Adult supervision recommended

by Kerm on Jun 28, 2007

Turgid, difficult reading, but you're at the source. Not a light Summers read. More

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