The Critique of Pure Reason
- Narrated by: Martin Wilson
- Length: 22 hrs and 39 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-18-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: A.R.N. Publications
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The Critique builds on the works of famous philosophers such as John Locke and David Hume, but Kant takes their ideas further. Kant delves into new ideas concerning time and space and how human knowledge relates to cause and effect. Kant's ideas were unique for his time in that he believed that human knowledge did not conform to objects but that objects conformed to human knowledge. It was also Kant's view that humans were born with some prior knowledge that might also be termed intuition and that additional knowledge was gained through life experience.
Born in 1724, Immanuel Kant was a German philosopher who is considered by many to be an important contributor to modern philosophical thought. The basics of Kant's beliefs were that the human mind was responsible for creating the structure of one's experiences.
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By Marcus on 07-09-18
A Must Have For The Philosophy Aficionado
For anyone that's into philosophy this book is a great read and the translation is very straight forward and clear. It probably ranks in the top 5 of the most influential philosophical books of all time. I highly recommend listening to this book rather than reading it as it is quite a difficult read to get through, but it's a must read for any dedicated student of philosophy.
Hats off to the narrator for a good job in this reading!!