Behold the campaign button on the cover of this book. It gives away that the author is a militant, eager to share his conviction that Kant got it right. Kant is of course Immanuel Kant, the great eighteenth-century philosopher from Königsberg, whose three Critiques crowned the Enlightenment and inaugurated a new era in philosophy. Now what is it that the author is convinced Kant got right? The title of this book, ...
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