An Outline Introductory to Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason"
B 2777 .W46 1897
Date of Publication
1 bound volume; 72 pages
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R. M. (Robert Mark) Wenley [1861-1929] was a professor of philosophy at Glasgow University and the University of Michigan. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and studied at the University of Glasgow graduating with a master of arts degree and a doctor of philosophy. He also earned a doctor of science degree from the University of Edinburgh. He taught at logic at Glasgow and served as the head of the philosophy department. Wenley was asked to succeed John Dewey as head of the department of philosophy at the University of Michigan in 1896.
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R. M. Wenley's introductory outline of Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason is designed to assist the student in reading Kant's work. The book is broken down into the genesis, the problem, the outline of the contents, and finally the conclusion. Please see the attached contents page.
Winthrop purchased Wenley's book in 1897
Henry Holt and Company
Philosophy, Immanuel Kant
B 2777 .W46 1897 and Wenley, R. M., "An Outline Introductory to Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason"" (1897). Rare Books. 74.