Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics

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Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics  (1783) 
by Immanuel Kant, translated by Paul Carus
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  • Introduction
  • Preamble On The Peculiarities Of All Metaphysical Cognition
  • First Part Of The Main Transcendental Problem: How Is Pure Mathematics Possible?
  • Second Part Of The Main Transcendental Problem: How Is The Science Of Nature Possible?
  • Third Part Of The Main Transcendental Problem: How Is Metaphysics In General Possible?
  • Conclusion On The Determination Of The Bounds Of Pure Reason.
  • Solution Of The General Question Of The Prolegomena: How Is Metaphysics Possible As Science?
  • Appendix On What Can Be Done To Make Metaphysics Actual As A Science
  • Appendix On A Specimen Of A Judgment Of The Critique Prior To Its Examination.
  • Appendix Proposals As To An Investigation Of The Critique Upon Which A Judgment May Follow

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