'the standard work on this part of Kant's philosophy'
In this remarkable exposition, Paton succeeds in meticulously deconstructing the text of the Critique of Pure Reason. Unlike previous commentators on Kant (Kemp Smith, Adickes and Vaihinger), who viewed the Critique as an inconsistent and disunified 'patchwork', Paton demonstrates its unity, coherence and clarity. The result is a text that encourages not only Kantian studies but also the reappraisal of Kant's standpoint for contemporary philosophy.
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