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BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
THE CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF IMMANUEL KANT.
2 vols. Demy 8vo. 325.
“ It is quite the most comprehensive and maturely-considered contribution that has yet been made by an English writer to the understanding of Kant's whole philosophical achievement. It is the result of a study of Kant such as perhaps no Englishman will again undertake, and is in every way a thorough and masterly performance.”—Mind.
“At last we have in English a critical exposition of “The Critical Philosophy of Kant,' which, for thoroughness and ability, can hold up its head before any similar attempt in other languages.”—The Academy.
“No student can afford to be without it ; every expert must be prepared to reckon with it."-Scottish Review.
“The object of this book is to give a connected view of the Critical Philosophy, showing the relations of the three Critiques to each other, and to the other works of Kant which may be regarded as illustrations or developments of his main argument. The first part, on the Critique of Pure Reason, deals with the same subject as my former work, entitled The Philosophy of Kant, but, except in a few passages, it is not a reproduction of it.”
- Extract from Preface.
THE SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION OF COMTE.
Crown 8vo. 55.
“No good account of Positivism in its social and religious aspects was available for general readers or students till this volume appeared. This little book serves as an admirable introduction to the Hegelian treatment of history, religion, and the state."-Athenæum.
JAMES MACLEHOSE AND SONS, GLASGOW,
Publishers to the University.
MACMILLAN AND CO., LONDON AND NEW YORK.
London, Simpkin, Hamilton and Co.