In its essentials, the following interpretation was first presented in a four-hour course held during the winter semester of 1925-26. It was later repeated in lectures and series of lectures (at the Herder Institute in Riga in September, 1928, and in connection with the university courses held at Davos in March, 1929).
This interpretation of the Critique of Pure Reason arose in the course of the elaboration of the second part of Sein und Zeit.
This work is dedicated to the memory of Max Scheler. Its content was the subject of the last conversation in which the author was privileged once more to experience the unfettered power of his mind.
Todtnauberg irn bad. Schwarzwald, Whitsunday, 1929 . . .
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