Introducing Kant (2020)

Introducing Kant Christopher Kul-Want Andrzej Klimowski Introducing Kant The Introducing series is renowned throughout the world for its ingenious combination of graphic illustration and intelligent precise text by leading academics on some of the most challenging subject
  • Title: Introducing Kant
  • Author: Christopher Kul-Want Andrzej Klimowski
  • ISBN: 9781840466645
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback
Introducing Kant Christopher Kul-Want Andrzej Klimowski The Introducing series is renowned throughout the world for its ingenious combination of graphic illustration and intelligent, precise text by leading academics on some of the most challenging subjects around This is an examination of one of the most famous philosophers of the Enlightenment.
Introducing Kant Christopher Kul-Want Andrzej Klimowski

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  1. Michael

    Is it good for what it is Not necessarily Is it as good as it can be considering what it tries to be Quite possibly One must be realistic with such books Often a nearly impenetrable philosophy boils down only to a nearly impenetrable pr cis of a nearly impenetrable philosophy It seems the Introducing series has proven that no amount of booby drawings can change this Flying right toward the heart of things can eschew a vital context in much the same way as spurning the bridge to experience for an [...]

  2. Beth Shapeero

    I found this bitesize Introduction to Kant quite difficult to take in I actually think it would be easier to comprehend some of Kant s ideas by simply reading Kant Some concepts were quite poorly explained the language was certainly difficult for a beginner level.

  3. Leonardo

    No aprend nada No termino de entender si Kant era tonto, fue hace tanto que no tiene sentido hablar de eso ahora, o si me lo explicaron mal Para colmo me aburri Tiene dos estrellas y no una porque quiero reservar la posibilidad de darle solo una estrella a los libros que odio por ejemplo este Kant para Principiantes simplemente no me gust Adem s banco mucho la cuesti n esta de los libros para principiantes porque no puedo leer todo, y quiero ir haciendo s ntesis, quiero poder unificar ideas en l [...]

  4. Afkham

    It was a plenary introduction to Kant whom has got an important role in the history of philosophy However, the multiplicity of his ideas and theories has made the book kind of bewildering for a beginner or maybe it was a translating problem I was intrigued by his metaphysical concepts the way he knocked down all the old beliefs and included reasoning in every aspect of his notions I will certainly start to read his books

  5. Prakash Yadav

    A metaphysical what the funk did I just read I am too young for this Kritik der Urteilskraft and whatever condiments go with it Kant s Prussian fingers lather readers mind with awesome philosophical soap and some is bound to get in readers eyes but Kant is much than a wise man of ethics and morals, his scientific works are admirable and once again gives me reason to believe that philosophy and science go hand in pant with with each other.Illustrations are not the strong point of these series so [...]

  6. Alan

    I ve been quite disappointed with the Introducing series lately, but this one is pretty solid I can t say I m comfortable discussing Kant yet, but I definitely understand the basic arguments and theories now I think this book is recommendable as a very introductory document don t expect much beyond the basics.

  7. Mirta Stamenić

    I didn t know whether I should even put it as a book i read since after about a third I stopped actually taking in anything I read, but I have to say that for a book that s supposed to simplify a difficult topic, it s a complete miss.

  8. Aisllan

    I ll never buy another book again without reading reviewsis was badI m pretty sure a Kant for Dummies could have been interesting To be honest I couldn t even finish it, to me it was one of those books you have to read right away, without any breaks, cause after it you just loose all interest I could have forced myself to read this, but nah, doesn t worth it But again, I was expecting something else, maybe someone else can enjoy this kind of reading.

  9. Public_enemy

    While Introducing Hegel was excellent read, this one was terrible I don t know is Kant so hard to understand or this suppose to be introducing book was just poorly written Anyhow, this book will not make you easier understanding Kant, which should have been it s main goal, and therefore my rating is 1 star out of 5.

  10. Jonathan

    A worthy attempt to explain the complexities of Kant s philosophy and the influence it has had on other philosophers of renown Hegel, Nietzsche and Heidegger amongst others in an accessible format that only occasionally beguiles the understanding.

  11. Alastair Kemp

    It is and always will be a hard job to fit an overview of Kant s ideas into a short book This isn t bad Perversely I found myself turning to it for an easy read, because of the pictures, everytime I got overwhelmed by my other reading For that reason and that reason alone I ve given it 4 stars.

  12. Cypress Butane

    I need to study Kant now I am already reading The Critique of Pure Reason at the moment, but reading this I realize I need to spend time getting to know his philosophy He s the man of the hour.

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