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Introduction James R. O'Shea; 1. Kant on the distinction between sensibility and understanding Eric Watkins; 2. Knowledge and its object Stephen Engstrom; 3. Transcendental idealism and the transcendental aesthetic: reading the critique of pure reason forwards Lucy Allais; 4. Kant on the ideality of space and the argument from Spinozism Michela Massimi; 5. How precise is Kant's table of judgments? Michael Wolff (translated by Kenneth R. Westphal); 6. Kant's 'Transcendental Deduction' Barry Stroud; 7. Kant's critique of the layer-cake conception of human mindedness in the B deduction James Conant; 8. The critical and 'empty' representation 'I think' Patricia Kitcher; 9. Kant's mathematical principles of pure understanding Lisa Shabel; 10. Kant's dynamical principles: the analogies of experience Kenneth R. Westphal; 11. The refutation of idealism Ralf M. Bader; 12. The antinomies: an entirely natural antithetic of human reason Graham Bird; 13. The ideal of reason John J. Callanan; 14. Knowledge, discipline, system, hope: the fate of metaphysics in the doctrine of method Andrew Chignell.

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This Critical Guide provides succinct and in-depth explorations of cutting-edge debates concerning the philosophical significance of Kant's revolutionary Critique of Pure Reason.

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James R. O'Shea is Professor of Philosophy at University College Dublin. He is the author of Wilfrid Sellars: Naturalism with a Normative Turn (2007) and Kant's 'Critique of Pure Reason': An Introduction and Interpretation (2012), and the editor of Sellars and his Legacy (2016).

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'The individual essays of this volume are of high quality and fit together well, even when - or perhaps especially when - they defend contradictory positions on a given issue ... This will be a book that Kant scholars will want to read.' James Messina, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
'The individual essays of this volume are of high quality and fit together well, even when - or perhaps especially when - they defend contradictory positions on a given issue ... This will be a book that Kant scholars will want to read.' James Messina, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

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