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This edition of Prolegomena includes Kant's letter of February 1772 to Marcus Herz, a momentous document in which Kant relates the progress of his thinking and announces that he is now ready to present a critique of pure reason.
Table of Contents
|Selected Bibliography||p. xvi|
|Note on the Text||p. xvii|
|Preamble on the Peculiarities of All Metaphysical Cognition||p. 9|
|First Part of the Main Transcendental Question|
|How Is Pure Mathematics Possible?||p. 23|
|Second Part of the Main Transcendental Question|
|How Is Pure Natural Science Possible?||p. 35|
|Appendix to Pure Natural Science||p. 60|
|Third Part of the Main Transcendental Question|
|How Is Metaphysics in General Possible?||p. 64|
|On the Determination of the Bounds of Pure Reason||p. 85|
|Solution of the General Question of the Prolegomena|
|"How Is Metaphysics Possible as Science?"||p. 99|
|On What Can Be Done to Make Metaphysics as a Science Actual||p. 105|
|A Specimen of a Judgment about the Critique Prior to Its Examination||p. 105|
|Proposals as to an Investigation of the Critique upon Which a Judgment May Follow||p. 112|
|Supplement: Kant's Letter to Marcus Herz, February 21, 1772||p. 117|
|German-English List of Terms||p. 123|
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