Tag: Critique of Pure Reason

  • Today’s Readers, Tomorrow’s Leaders … Perhaps

    By Kevin Currie-Knight ____ Something interesting happened in 2020 that changed my view of the importance of books and snobbish attitudes about their importance. I found out that an author I admire, Jon Ronson, had published two works that I didn’t know about: The Butterfly Effect and The Last Days of August. Ronson is the […]

  • Prolegomena for a Pluralist Metaphysics: Concluding Thoughts

    by Daniel A. Kaufman ___ The aim of these prolegomena has been to advocate on behalf of a pluralist metaphysics, but what is a metaphysics? Prior to the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment of the 17th and 18th centuries, a metaphysics was a First Philosophy: a set of propositions the purpose of which is to describe […]

  • Selected Topics from the Critique of Pure Reason

    by Daniel A. Kaufman My discussion with David Ottlinger on selected topics from Kant’s “Critique of Pure Reason.”  Originally aired on MeaningofLife.TV, part of the BloggingHeads.TV network, August 28, 2016. https://youtu.be/PxPGiARYezE