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Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant
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Feb 15, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: philosophy

There is little to be said of this great work, groundbreaking even as it remains today and a synthesis for modern thought of the nineteenth century and beyond. It requires an amazing attention to language and detail and, I suggest, an excellent instructor to help one past the many hurdles which require the reader to wrestle with concepts he or she, though rightfully kept in abeyance, have allowed to creep back into one's mental processing at weak moments. Criticism will, of course, always be easier than change, especially when it requires change in oneself.
It is probably necessary that one read (and understand) the First Critique before one approaches Hegel and especially Heidegger.
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