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A highly readable version of Kant,
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This review is from: Critique of Pure Reason (Penguin Modern Classics) (Paperback)
The translation seems to have brought out something which I had forgotten about, which is Kant's great charm as a thinker; there is something fundamentally innocent about him. As a constructor of hard argument, and of arguments that involve often subtle complexities, you keep rooting for him to bring things to their logical conclusion, which he does with impressive consistency. This new Penguin edition is also a relatively compact but still scholarly version of Kant, which can't be a bad thing.