Complete Woks of Immanuel Kant By Immanuel Kant

    COMPLETE WOKS OF IMMANUEL KANT CONTAINS:

    AN AESTHETIC BOOK COVER
    A BEGINNING CLICK ABLE TABLE OF CONTENT FOR ALL TITLES
    INNER CLICK ABLE TABLES OF CONTENT FOR ALL INDIVIDUAL BOOKS WITH MULTIPLE CHAPTERS.
    NICELY FORMATTED CHAPTERS AND TEXT.

    AUTHORS WORKS INCLUDE:

    THE CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON
    THE CRITIQUE OF PRACTICAL REASON
    THE CRITIQUE OF JUDGEMENT
    INTRODUCTION TO THE METAPHYSIC OF MORALS
    FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF THE METAPHYSIC OF MORALS
    THE METAPHYSICAL ELEMENTS OF ETHICS
    THE SCIENCE OF RIGHT Complete Woks of Immanuel Kant

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    They couldn't spell Works right on the title. The rest of the Woks are incomplete. No Prolegomena?! English I’m not sure how much I got from this. I only read about half of the first book, A Critique of Pure Reason. I think I get the gist, or some of it. We can’t know what’s real. We get most of our understanding through observations, which are just representations of reality. Some knowledge comes from our reason only. We can know a bit about how we observe. In particular, space and time are part of our way of understanding what we observe.It’s really hard to read. English The translation may be readable, but the volume is cetainly not complete. It is missing important political writings, such as Torward Perpetual Peace, which is why I bought the book. If you are interested in Kant's critical philosophy, the major texts are here. Otherwise, not so much. English Kant of course is a giant among philosophers. Though this is far from a complete collection. Worse, though this book does include most of Kant's major contributions, it says nothing about his culinary preparation or the tools he used. I should have considered this as, during his time, it's unlikely have would have come across than a single wok and added it to his allegedly impressive kitchen. I was quite curious as to how Kant prepared some of his legendary dishes, so this title did appeal to me. I can't be sure (can we ever truly know what's real?), but I'm beginning to suspect the title is a typoand it was supposed to read Complete WORKS of Immanuel Kant.”Oops. But, despite saying nothing about his wok collection, or even verifying that he owned one, it's still a good, if incomplete, collection.Cheers! English It is a must read English