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“Voluntary Nonage”? — Translating Kant on Enlightenment (Part 4)

Kant’s talents as a writer tend to be greatly underestimated. Granted, the Three Critiques are no walk in the park, but even when Kant’s prose struggles because it is forced to do rather difficult things, there are striking passages (e.g. … Continue reading

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