"Altman's work is that of a splendid scholar as well as superb teacher. From his introduction, through his coverage of the chapters of Kant's work, to his summary of Kant's legacy, Altman guides his readers through this notoriously difficult work with such expertise--and with such a wealth of ingenious explanations and illustrations--that they can really come to see what problems Kant was trying to solve, what his solutions actually amounted to, but also what some of the major problems are that these solutions, despite their brilliance, still raise for us. Truly a remarkable accomplishment!" -- Werner S. Pluhar, Pennsylvania State University, Fayette--The Eberly Campus
About the Author
Matthew C. Altman teaches philosophy at Central Washington University.