Kant, spring 1967
“Seminar in Kant” has 17 sessions with audio files for all 17 sessions. Readings include The Critique of Pure Reason, Metaphysical Foundation of Morals, What Is Enlightenment? Idea for a Universal History, A Critical Review of J. G. Herder’s Ideas for a Philosophy of History, Conjectural Beginning of Human History, Theory and Practice, The End of All Things, Perpetual Peace (including Appendix), An Old Question Raised Again.
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