Philosophy of Kant, The

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140 pages, 5" x 8", paperback, 1968 edition, introduction, notes, index, Key Texts

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Philosophy of Kant, The

Kemp, John

“This brief and lucid synopsis of Kant’s critical philosophy is written in the hope that it will make reading of Kant ‘a little easier’ – a hope which is not disappointed. The book expounds the principal theses of Kant’s theoretical and practical philosophy and of his philosophy of beauty and purpose. Although Professor Kemp’s main aim is with the exposition of Kant’s meaning, he also clearly indicates on the one hand the extent of Kant’s originality, on the other the extent of his dependence on his philosophical predecessors and the science and morality of his day.” – Times Literary Supplement