Author(s): Roger Scruton
Kant is one of the most influential modern philosophers, but also one of the most difficult. This book explores the background to Kant's work, and shows why the "Critique of Pure of Reason" has proved so enduring.
1. Life, works and character; 2. The background of Kant's thougt; 3. The transcendental deduction; 4. The logic of illusion; 5. The categorical imperative; 6. Beauty and design; 7. Transcendental philosophy; Further reading, Index