Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason offers a detailed reading of Kant’s magnum opus from the perspective of Continental philosophy. It provides a contextual history of the work, together with a philosophical placement in the history of modern philosophy. The work undertakes a page by page interpretation and commentary, especially with respect to the role of the imagination in Kant’s philosophy. The work closes with a mapping of the influences of Kant upon subsequent philosophers and philosophical movements, including an account of the Continental/Analytic divide.
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