Prolegomena to any Future Metaphysics



Prolegomena to any Future Metaphysics Kant Is The Central Figure Of Modern Philosophy He Sought To Rebuild Philosophy From The Ground Up, And He Succeeded In Permanently Changing Its Problems And Methods This New Translation Of The Prolegomena, Which Is The Best Introduction To His Philosophy, Also Includes Selections From The Critique Of Pure Reason, Which Fill Out And Explicate Some Of His Central Arguments The Volume Is Completed By A Historical And Philosophical Introduction, Explanatory Notes, A Chronology, And A Guide To Further Reading.

10 thoughts on “Prolegomena to any Future Metaphysics

  1. says:

    Hieroglyphics A Reluctant Translation The Prolegomena is valuable as a summarization that is intended to be less obscure and suited for popular consumption It tries to compress Kant s criticism of all previous work in metaphysics and the theory of knowledge first propounded in the Critique of Pure Reason, which provided a comprehensive response to early modern philosophy and a starting point for most subsequent work in philosophy.A note on the Edition This is a wonderful edition to appr Hieroglyphics A Reluctant Translation The Prolegomena is valuable as a summarization that is intended to be less obscure and suited for popular consumption It tries to compress Kant s criticism of all previous work in metaphysics and the theory of knowledge first propounded in the Critique of Pure Reason, which provided a comprehensive response to early modern philosophy and a starting point for most subsequent work in philosophy.A note on the Edition This is a wonderful edition to approach the Prolegomena with meticulous introductory essay and copious notes Plus it comes with a summary outline of all the sections A summary of a summary Whatcould you want Summing up the BeastAs is well known The Critique of Pure Reason is a notoriously difficult work When first published, the early readers were not very different from modern readers they found i...

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    Dickhead.

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    I m coming back to the Prolegomena after some time away from them It s kind of odd re reading the book because I ve been focusing so much on the CPR that the organization Kant says that the Prolegomena take a synthetic rather than analytic approach to understanding pure reason s limitations and the possibility of metaphysics is a little strange Perhaps I m just used to the so called analytic approach and therefore I should set aside the Prolegomena But I ve found that there are a few po I m coming back to the Prolegomena after some time away from them It s kind of odd re reading the book because I ve been focusing so much on the CPR that the organization Kant ...

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    The book itself the translation, accompanying introduction and excerpts from the Critique are great Kant s writing is not as great Hence 3 5 I freely admit that the remembrance of David Hume was the very thing that many years ago first interrupted my dogmatic slumber Interrupted Kant woke up, made some very good points, asked some key questions, and then sort of drifted off to sleep again Why o why Kant Why so many fantastic jumps in logic Is it really just a reflection of the stat The book itself the translation, accompanying introduction and excerpts from the Critique are great Kant s writing is not as great Hence 3 5 I freely admit that the remembrance of David Hume was the very thing that many years ago first interrupted my dogmatic slumber Inter...

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    A briefer andaccessible look at Kant s famous Critique of Pure Reason, this work has become a standard in undergraduate philosophy programs For those who have not read any of Kant s work, this is the one to start with It will help the reader grow accustomed to Kant s method of analysis It also establishes the importance of Kant s thought within the history of philosophy Much of Kant s work was a reaction to large problems he saw in...

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    My appreciation for Kant has little to do with the accessibility of the writing The philosophy is dense and readers must quickly familiarize themselves with the large vocabulary Kant creates in explor...

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    Where Kant s work is not extremely dry but intelligible This text was essential in promulgating his transcendental idealism which reconciled the rationalists and empiricist who are so often at odds Kant took ideas from both of their sides and creat...

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    I m not a huge Kant fan and it s rather difficult to read But, highly recommended for an excercise in pretension.

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    Never will the I love it I like it It s okay rating system be less helpful than with this book But it is okay as a helping hand for Kant s first Critique Where the ideas are most compelling, this book is clearest where the ideas are the least compelling, this book is dense and nonsensical hello, tables of judgment concepts principles Anyway, it s silly to rate this book This edition, on the other hand, is great it has a fantastic introduction, useful selections from the first crit Never will the I love it I like it It s okay rating system be less helpful than with this book But it is okay as a helping hand for Kant s first Critique Where the ideas are most compelling, this book is clearest where the ideas are the least compelling, this book is dense and nonsensical hello, tables of judgment concepts principles Anyway, it ...

  10. says:

    Kant knew that many many people were having trouble understanding what he was saying So he wrote this, the idiot s guide to _The Critique of Pure Reason_ Readable and interesting.

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