The Critique of Pure Reason

Kant’s groundbreaking philosophical treatise concerning the processes of reason is presented here, complete with all appendices and notes.

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Kant’s groundbreaking philosophical treatise concerning the processes of reason is presented here, complete with all appendices and notes. Viewed by scholars of philosophy as one of the landmark texts of the Enlightenment era, The Critique of Pure Reason is often a primary text in higher educational courses concerning philosophy. First published in 1781 and revised in 1787, this book is generally agreed to be the masterwork of Immanuel Kant for its embracing scope, and the gargantuan influence it has wrought upon philosophers. This edition of The Critique of Pure Reason contains all the original appendices, a table of contents for ease of reference, and is presented in textbook format ideal for students, scholars and enthusiasts of philosophy.

This edition of The Critique of Pure Reason contains all the original appendices, a table of contents for ease of reference, and is presented in textbook format ideal for students, scholars and enthusiasts of philosophy.

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