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    I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for good works on Kant or Kantian philosophy/critical philosophy in general? I'm most interested in critiques of the critical philosophy, especially from neo-Scholadtic or similar perspectives, but good sympathetic treatments would be useful as well. I have Etienne Gilson's Metodical Realism, which I believe is indirectly a response to Kant (amongst others), and I've read a few basic overviews, but I'm eager to find some more information.

  • #2
    It's probably a suggestion halfway through what you're looking for, but from what I've read, Stephen Palmquist's Kant's Critical Religion is good. It's only on his philosophy of religion just as the title say, but given the name of the forum and what you search...
    It's a sympathetic treatment by the way.


    • #3
      Hey JT,

      Guyer's Kant, which is part of the Routledge series, is probably the best overall introduction to Kant. Allison's Kant's Transcendental Idealism is probably the best defense of Kant's epistemology and metaphysics.


      • #4
        Here are the books btw:

        Edit: After rereading your post I should say the latter is especially sympathetic, so it might not be quite what you're looking for.