Critique of Pure Reason
by Immanuel Kant

It is much better than I was led to believe by Ayn Rand and Professor Monsma, who dismiss Kant's contributions. A Randian fried of mine caugh me reading it and he became indignant. He said I should not read it because Rand said Kant is anti-mind, anti-life, etc. I told him I've heard that one is not really educated until one has read Kant and Aristotle, and I was curious to see for myself why this is.

Now I think Kant was a genius. One of the top minds in all human history. I am a Kantian epistemologically, like Ludwig von Mises.

Year Read: 1967


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