The Critique of Pure Reason.

Immediatedly below are translated sections from The Critique Of Pure Reason. These have been translated for the personal use of the translator and are made available here to all who might be interested. Considerable editing is on-going.

See Translator's Technical Notes


Preface to the First (A) Version of the Critique

Preface to the Second (B) Version of the Critique

Introduction to the Critique of Pure Reason

The Transcendental Aesthetic

Introduction to the Transcendental Logic

Transcendental Analytic Leading to the Deduction of the Categories

The A Version of the Transcendental Deduction of the Categories

The B Version of the Transcendental Deduction of the Categories

Transcendental Analytic Following the Deduction of the Categories

The Transcendental Dialectic and Ideas of Pure Reason

The Transcendental Methodology


Translator's Comments to the Transcendental Aesthetic

Translator's Comments to the A Version of the Transcendental Deduction of the Categories

Translator's Comments to the Third Antinomy

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