The philosophy of Immanuel Kant - by A. D. Lindsay - PDF ebook

The philosophy of Immanuel Kant 

The philosophy of Immanuel Kant
The philosophy of Immanuel Kant

There is a story that Schopenhauer used to begin his lectures on Kant by saying: " Let no one tell you what is contained in the Critique of Pure Reason." The writer of this little book hopes that no one will imagine that he has disregarded this warning. 

There are no shortcuts to the understanding of a great philosopher, and the only way to appreciate the greatness of a philosophic system is to study the philosopher s own writings.

 All that the writer of a book like this can hope to do is to persuade others to undertake that study by interesting them in the problems with which it deals, and by offering a few suggestions which may help to an understanding of it. I have said nothing about the numerous other works which Kant wrote.
The three Critiques contain his system, and the understanding of that is all-important.


I. The idea of criticism . . .11
Ii. Kant s statement of the problem.
Synthetic a _priori judgments 31
Iii. Kant s idealism. Time and space 47
Iv. The categories and the principles of pure understanding 69
V. The antinomies and criticism of
The proofs of the existence of god 88
Vi. Kant s moral theory . . .101
Vii. The "Critique of judgment". 113
Bibliography 126

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  • Author: A. D. Lindsay
  • Publication date: 1919
  • Company:  London T.C. & E.C. Jack

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