The Critique of Pure Reason, published in 1781, by German philosopher Immanuel Kant, cornerstone of modern philosophy, is one of the most important works on metaphysics ever published and is often seen as the culmination of centuries of early-modern philosophical thought. The Critique of Pure Reason, also known as The First Critique, incorporates in-depth discussions on empirical reason, "pure" reason, human knowledge as a whole, space and time, cause and effect, and much, much more.
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You will find that there are three readings of this book, each two years apart and this the newest. I suspect this is audible's response to the computer-like reader reviews on them. I was afraid since there was no previous review before mine, but I'm here to tell you that this is the better reading. Disregard the higher price and just use a credit for this one. You'll thank yourself.
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