The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant
by A. D. Lindsay
Publisher: T.C. & E.C. Jack 1919
Number of pages: 108
All that the writer of a book like this can hope to do is to persuade others to undertake that study by interesting them in the problems with which it deals, and by offering a few suggestions which may help to an understanding of it.
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