A bi-monthly book group dedicated to the great philosophers of our time and their works. Moderator, Robert Brantl Esq; leads the group covering philosophical ideas found in essays, the classics to recently published works. Each topic is studied over a lengthy period lasting several months. Members are required to obtain copies of discussion material.
Date: June 2019
Title: by, Immanuel Kant
A pdf of this book is available online. From Wikipedia: published in 1783, two years after the first edition of his Critique of Pure Reason. One of Kant's shorter works, it contains a summary of the Critique‘s main conclusions, sometimes by arguments Kant had not used in the Critique. Kant characterizes his more accessible approach here as an "analytic" one, as opposed to the Critique‘s "synthetic" examination of successive faculties of the mind and their principles. The book is also intended as a polemic. Kant was disappointed by the poor reception of the Critique of Pure Reason, and here he repeatedly emphasizes the importance of its critical project for the very existence of metaphysics as a science.