Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics

Immanuel KANT (1724 - 1804), translated by Paul CARUS (1852 - 1919)

Kant's Prolegomena, although a small book, is indubitably the most important of his writings. It furnishes us with a key to his main work, The Critique of Pure Reason; in fact, it is an extract containing all the salient ideas of Kant's system. It approaches the subject in the simplest and most direct way, and is therefore best adapted as an introduction into his philosophy. - Summary by Open Court Publishing Company

Genre(s): Early Modern

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Publisher's Preface Kristine Bekere
00:05:16
Play 01 Introduction Kristine Bekere
00:26:15
Play 02 Prolegomena Farnood
00:36:42
Play 03 First Part of the Transcendental Problem Buchernarr
00:30:40
Play 04 Second Part of the Transcendental Problem (§14-26) Yuqing
00:42:37
Play 05 Second Part of the Transcendental Problem (§27-39) Kristine Bekere
00:42:12
Play 06 Third Part of the Transcendental Problem (§40-49) Farnood
00:26:06
Play 07 Third Part of the Transcendental Problem (§50-54) Farnood
00:22:55
Play 08 Third Part of the Transcendental Problem (§55-60) Farnood
00:39:51
Play 09 Scholia Larry Wilson
00:16:30
Play 10 Appendix Buchernarr
00:28:08