In this book, Kant's ethical system is clearly stated and carefully critiqued. In the process, cogent answers are given to the following questions:
A must-listen for anyone interested in philosophical psychology, moral epistemology, or Kant interpretation, this brisk monograph provides a long-overdue alternative to the dreary and opaque tomes on which Kant aficionados have thus far had to rely.
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Clear, cogent, beautifully narrated.
The depth and precision of the author's reasoning.
She is articulate and lyrical.
Rationality, Morality, Identity
the only book about Kant that is either entertaining or informative.
none. this is the only book about kant, or by kant for that matter, that is good. the kant 'experts' are verminously bad.
Norma Jean Gradsky is awesome. She turns this discursive work into a flowing poem.
That rationality is about universal principles.
Yes, if you want to understand Kant, get this book.
yes, more lyrical
I love the discussion of rationality
this was an analytical piece, not a play
yes, the story about the intelligent but irrational scientist
the narrator is fabulous, the author is a brain
It was almost literary, and yet it really made think much more deeply than I usually do.
The discussion of rationality, how it is different from intelligence
This was my first. I was very impressed!
Rationality vs. Morality
brilliant book, and Norma Jean Gradsky sounds like Angela Lansbury!
scholarly but good
maybe strawson's book on kant, but this was better, because it moved faster and was clearer
she was fab! a great actress, she made this analytical snooze piece sound like shakespeare
the rationality of morality
good writing, but the topic was boring
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