Unity of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason
|Author: ||Williams, T.C.|
By noting some striking similarities between the first Critique and Herder's 1772 essay On the Origin of Language, Williams approaches Kant through emphasis on questions of meaning.
". . . a careful expository review of Kantian fundamentals . . . [Williams] supplies a bold, intelligible framework which . . . brings into high relief just those questions about Kantian philosophy to which any student of Kant most needs to have his attention directed and . . . provides a useful advance headquarters for explorations into the wilderness of Kant scholarship." - Canadian Philosophical Reviews
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