Kant's System of Perspectives [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 48 (2):419-421 (1994)
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This elaborate study of Kant's entire philosophical system is the published form of the author's doctoral dissertation and the first in a proposed series of four works on Kant. The overall plan of the book takes the reader from an explication of the general structure of Kant's system, to its epistemological underpinnings, its transcendental elements, and finally its metaphysical implications. There are seventy pages of appendixes.



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