Title: Ueber eine Entdeckung nach der alle neue ...
Publisher: Friedrich Nicolovius, Konigsberg
Publication Date: 1790
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Paper-covered boards; 8vo (118 x 195 mm); pp. 126. Boards and spine quite scuffed and chipped, but the text block is nice and clean, making this an excellent candidate for rebinding, if one is inclined to do so. Some light spotting and an ownership signature on title-p., just a little very faint foxing. Johann Augustus Eberhard was a popular philosopher, partial to phenomenalism and the works of John Locke. As the editor of Philosophisches Magazin and Philosophisches Archiv, he criticized Kant as dogmatic and derivative of Gottfried Leibniz -- this is Kant's response. In it, he addresses the question of how "a priori" knowledge is possible, and returns to his groundbreaking ideas from "Critique of Pure Reason.". Bookseller Inventory # D7086
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