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Kant ( The Routledge Philosophers)

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In this outstanding introduction, Paul Guyer uses Kant s central conception of autonomy as the key to all the major aspects and issues of Kant s thought.

Beginning with a helpful overview of Kant s life and times, Guyer introduces Kant s metaphysics and epistemology, carefully explaining his arguments about the nature of space, time and experience in his most influential bu
ebook, 456 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Routledge (first published 2006)
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there is a history behind my reading this book that goes back a few years. there is a history behind my appreciation of kant that goes back about 27 years to undergraduate university...

i was possibly too young to really love kant back then, but i remember my survey course text. i do not even remember if i actually read it then, if i went to those classes. i was a mixed up kid. i do remember whenever i did read it, reaching the radical skepticism suggested by hume, feeling suddenly lost, depresse
Mar 04, 2012 carl marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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i have been trying to tackle kant off and on for years now. this book, though i am only in the introduction, appears to be very complete and thorough. it offers explanation and discussion with copious quotes from kant. while not a philosophy prof if i were teaching a class on kant this would be a text. better yet, if i were in a class on kant i would read this book, even if i had to sneak it in on the side.
James Lavender
This is quite explicitly Guyer's take on Kant, which is in many ways admirable. However, it ends up falling between two stools; too critical and partisan to make for a good general introduction, but too bound by its introductory format to provide a convincing original interpretation.
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