Prolegomena to any future metaphysics

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Immanuel Kant: Prolegomena to any future metaphysics (1997, Prentice-Hall)

136 pages

English language

Published April 10, 1997 by Prentice-Hall.

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 This was the book I was referred too when I decided to learn more about Transcendentalism. It is a book written to help understand a book previously written by Kant on Metaphysics. <br/><br/>     While it was interesting, it seemed like Kant purposely decided to make it as wordy as possible. Which I think is humorous because the point of this book is to explain a book previously written in which only one other person in the world understood at the time. <br/><br/>     As I have yet to thoroughly research Kant, I can not say whether he has difficulty expressing his views or if his views do not necessarily lend themselves to spoken language at the time of their birth. <br/><br/>     All in all I enjoyed the book, and would have given it 4 stars if it wasn't so hard to decipher.