Critique of Pure Reason

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Henry G. Bohn, 1887 - Causation - 517 pages
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User Review  - Alex Lee - Goodreads

So much has been written about Kant. Yes, he's hard. He's rammbly. He's overbearing. But this is due in part to the fact that written in 1781, Kant did not have anyone to talk with. He lacked the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jacob Stubbs - Goodreads

Moses Mendelssohn once called Kant a "world-crusher." After re-reading a substantive portion of this work for my Kant class under Prof. John Hare, I agree with Mr. Mendelssohn. Read full review

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