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The Critique of Pure Reason by [Kant, Immanuel]
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As much as I try to get into Kant's way of thinking I simply do not agree... Yeah I understand he is one of the greatest but if you are a more 'classical' philosopher steer away from Immanuel Kant and any philosophy which pretty much tells you to function like a ROBOT. I.e. today's society. That being said, Mr Kant disrespects when he critics something written by Aristotle yet the BASIS of his philosophy comes from Aristotle. I can't respect a philosopher who disrespects his very own roots - and BTW before anyone says Aristotle disrespected Plato - that is NOT true. While Aristotle critics Plato he shows RESPECT. There lies the difference.
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A complicated read, requiring a lot of concentration and desire to complete. Although I have not finished it, the ideas presented are fascinating.
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Undeniably one of the defining and masterpieces of literature. Yes; a ‘difficult’ read. However, it is well worth the effort. I suggest reading it in small batches over a period of time though.
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Great to have this seminal work free on the kindle.
(six more words are required apparently)(six more words are required apparently)(six more words are required apparently)
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I bought this following listening to Sandels lecture on Justice on his series of Harvard lectures. I am glad I had Sandel to explain.
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I take Kant's point about there being certain knowledge a priori, using Mathematics is a good example. The circumstances, and time it was written however, does also give one thought that Kant was not content to let go of certain institutions he held most dear. Such as the idea of God, and one's own creation. None the less a good start for anyone beginning with German philosophy.
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It is difficult not to laugh at being asked to critique a book of such stature. Up there along Newton and Einstein. Not an easy book to read as Kant wrote this book in his later years and was concerned he would die before he finished it! A pivotal work in human history.
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Studied a few years ago at university (postgrad). Recommend a reading guide/lecture notes to get the most from. Also, I believe this is the public domain version. As such it's free and possible to make notes on the Kindle
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