The world according to Kant: Appearances and things in themselves in critical idealism by AnjaJauernigOxford University Press, 2021, ISBN 13:978‐0‐19‐969538‐6 hbk £80.00, xiv + 384 pp [Book Review]

European Journal of Philosophy 30 (2):858-861 (2022)
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