A reprint of the Macmillan edition of 1968. While most interpretive studies of the Critique of Pure Reason are either too scholarly or too superficial to be of practical use to students, Hartnack has achieved a concise comprehensive analysis of the work in a lucid style that communicates the essence of extraordinarily complex arguments in the simplest possible way. An ideal companion to the First Critique, especially for those grappling with the work for the first time.An Introduction to the Critique of Pure Reason Justus Hartnack ... Why not, for example, the conjunctive judgment? ... Cf. also Bertrand Russell, aquot;On Denoting, aquot; in Mind (1905), reprinted in Logic and Knowledge: Essays 1901-1950, ed. Robert anbsp;...
|Title||:||Kant's Theory of Knowledge|
|Publisher||:||Hackett Publishing - 1967|