"Probably the most comprehensive and substantial study of the Critique of Pure Reason written by any American philosopher. . . . This is a splendid book."-Lewis White Beck ; "This masterful study . . . will most certainly join the canon of required reading for future interpreters of Kant's theoretical philosophy. Superbly organized and lucidly written."-Garrett Green, Journal of Religion
Author Biography: Henry Allison is professor of philosophy at Boston University.