Immanuel Kant Robert S. Hartman Wolfgang Schwarz
- Title: Logic
- Author: Immanuel Kant Robert S. Hartman Wolfgang Schwarz
- ISBN: 9780486256504
- Page: 173
- Format: Paperback
The second, corrected edition of the first and only complete English translation of Kant s highly influential introduction to philosophy, presenting both the terminological and structural basis for his philosophical system, and offering an invaluable key to his main works, particularly the three Critiques Extensive editiorial apparatus.
Recent Comments "Logic"
Kant authorized, but did not write, this book towards the end of his life, giving the job to a former student. Basically, it is a textbook for logic classes, not an exposition of Kant's Critical programme. Almost half of this edition is devoted to an introduction by the translators and to critical apparati.For me, The Logic is a reminder of Dartmouth and of Charles Stone, a former U.T.S. colleague who had graduated to become a librarian at the College. Being poor myself, he was kind enough to in [...]
This little book is a lot of fun. If you're familiar with Kant's Critique's you'll find this to be largely review. I firmly recommend this book to those for whom logic - as a field of study - makes little sense.The major benefit of the text is the fact that it is presented in a substantially more approachable lexicon than most Kantian works. While it is, perhaps, not as systematically linear as Kant's writing; the text has a gentle flowing structure which links each section in a way that should [...]
Half of this book is a long introduction by the translators. I have not read this part, so my brief review concerns the second part, Kant's book per se. Actually, it was edited by one of his students, based on lectures by Kant. As such, it makes a nice set of introductory notes to the subjective of Logic, as formulated by Kant, somewhat as a "manual". It is interesting by itself and I believe of great value to philosophy students. I would not recommend it for the general reader though, except if [...]
I didn't find much of value here, other than pure historical interest. Reads as kind of a "this is how Kant would have presented things to a far less capable student". Compared to something like Quine's _Methods of Logic_ this is justwell, old and dusty.
clean reasoning. not philosophy at its best but good theory.
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