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From the Publisher"....Whereas English readers once made do with only one modem translation and a handful of monographs, mostly stemming from positivist orientations, recent studies have shown greater facility with the original German,and with Enlightenment history in general. This Cambridge Companion is a splendid and much-anticipated addition to this trend.... it comprises a complete commentary on every major section of the Critique, along with five articles discussing its genesis and effect. Contributors include established names and younger scholars, all of whom display excellent facility with the original texts, and who position their impressive studies as though they were striving for depth of understanding rather than superiority of interpretative scheme. Both first-time students and advanced researchers will find this book indispensable for in-depth study of Kant's Critique, including its ample bibliographic references for further study.... Essential...."
—J. G. Moore, Lander, University, CHOICE