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Emanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason is one of the most widely read texts in the history of philosophy. Douglas Burnham and Harvey Young unravel this difficult text, passage by passage, making reading and appreciating this work achievable and enjoyable. Designed to be read alongside the original, this guide is essential for students and scholars at all levels.
"Burnham and Young have produced a commentary that is extraordinary. They have managed to achieve what had seemed impossible, clarity as well as lucidity." --Sebastien Odiari, University of Glamorgan Indiana University Press Indiana University Press
Everything you need to know about Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason" in one volume
About the Author
Douglas Burnham is Professor of Philosophy at Staffordshire University.
Harvey Young is completing his Ph.D. at Staffordshire University.
Table of Contents
Series Editor's Preface
1. Historical Context
2. A Guide to the Text
Prefaces and Introduction
Transcendental Logai--Introduction and Transcendental Analytic
Transcendental Logic--Transcendental Dialectic
Transcendental Doctrine of Method
3. Study Aids
Types of Questions You Will Encounter
Tips for Writing about Kant