Kant's Critical Philosophy for English Readers - Vol. 1

Kant's Critical Philosophy for English Readers - Vol. 1

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Kant's Critical Philosophy for English Readers - Vol. 1

Kant's Critical Philosophy for English Readers - Vol. 1

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The able co-operation of one of my colleagues, together with class-room criticisms of others, has enabled this work to appear in a new edition, not only purged of many defects, but completed by the addition of several chapters on the Dialectic and Methodology of the Pure Reason. It is also offered to the public in a cheaper form, one volume containing the whole Kritik, while the second gives a revised translation of the Prolegomena. Without the help of Mr. Bernard, who has written the whole commentary from p. 237 onward, and who corrected and improved all the rest, it is not likely that this, my third declaration upon Kant, would ever have seen the light; and indeed I will here add, that I am not responsible for certain Hegelianisms which appear in his notes on the Dialectic. But haec hactenus. It is my desire to state candidly and unreservedly what my younger colleague has done to help me. For to make such . . .

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