Number of pages: 367
Weight: 567 g
Dimensions: 223 x 152 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 199
(The) introductory commentary is an excellent exposition of the whole issue of Kant's transition from the Critique to the Metaphysical Foundations . The problem as such needed critical consideration, and (this has been) done in an expert way. ' W.H. Werkmeister
` Published a year before the revised edition of the Critique of Pure Reason, Kant's Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science constitutes the first instalment of his physics and a central part of the system of transcendental philosophy ensuing, as promised, from the Critique. Yet far too little attention has been paid by Kant scholars, especially on this side of the Atlantic, to this crucial work. In their study, Kant's Theory of Natural Science, Drs. Alfred and Maria Miller take a major step towards remedying this unfortunate neglect. The Millers have performed an important service by translating Peter Plaass's thoughtful investigation of the Preface to Kant's work. They have, however, in their own right also made a highly significant contribution to the understanding of Kant's physics in this pivotal work by ingeniously reconstructing its arguments and methods as a whole. '
Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Professor of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America
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