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Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant
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Oct 09, 09

bookshelves: philosophy
Recommended for: those willing to be frustrated
Read in October, 2009

I hated reading this book. I love what I came away with. There are some aspects of metaphysics that I can now understand how to approach thanks to this book. I think it put into reasonable terms certain thoughts I couldn't quite solidify on my own.

This book is important and very worth the arduous task of reading. I learned how to be more disciplined in my approach to reasoning things which can not be reasoned easily. This book really exposes the difficulty we face as humans in taking on the task of understanding the world.

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Reading Progress

10/05/2009 page 429
54.72% "This book is one of the hardest things I've ever done"
10/08/2009 page 540
68.88% "It starts out abstruse & nonpluss but by the time your hundreds of pages in it congeals into a coherent theme which very much bends the mind"

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