Kant's Theory of Knowledge: An Outline of One Central Argument in the Critique of Pure Reason

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LIST OF BOOKS
THE following is a list of books cited in the text, and not a bibliography on Kant. References to Kantian texts, other than the Critique of Pure Reason, have been given generally to the Akademie edition ( Berlin, 1900- ). I have used, and sometimes deviated from, the translations of the Critique of Pure Reason by Norman Kemp Smith ( London, 1929); of the Prolegomena by P. G. Lucas ( Manchester, 1953); of the Critique of Practical Reason by L. W. Beck ( New York, 1956); and of the Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Ethics (Grundlegung) by T. K. Abbott ( London, 1934).
ADICKES E., Kant und das Ding an sich, Berlin, 1924
AYER A. J., Language, Truth and Logic ( 2nd. ed.), London, 1948
AYER A. J., The Foundations of Empirical Knowledge, London, 1940
BERKELEY G., Works, ed. A. C. Fraser, Oxford, 1901
DESCARTES R., Descartes' Philosophical Writings, translated by Norman Kemp Smith , London, 1952
GEACH P. T., Mental Acts, London, 1957
GEACH P. T., and BLACK M., Translations from the Philosophical Writings of Gottlob Frege, Oxford, 1952
HAMPSHIRE S., Thought and Action, London, 1959
HUME D., Enquiries, ed. L. A. Selby-Bigge ( 2nd. ed.), Oxford, 1902
JACOBI F. H., Werke, Leipzig, 1812- 1825
KÖRNER S., Kant, London, 1955
LOCKE J., Essay, ed. A. C. Fraser, Oxford, 1894
MARTIN G., Kant's Metaphysics and Theory of Science, translated by P. G. Lucas , Manchester, 1955
PATON H. J., Kant's Metaphysic of Experience, London, 1936
PRICHARD H. A., Kant's Theory of Knowledge, Oxford, 1909
REICH K., Die Vollständigkeit der Kantischen Urteilstafel, Berlin, 1932
REID T., Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man, ed. A. D. Woozley, London, 1941
RUSSELL B., Logic and Knowledge, ed. R. C. Marsh, London, 1956
RYLE G., The Concept of Mind, London, 1949
RYLE G., Dilemmas, Cambridge, 1954

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