"This collection of essays contains some of the most significant work on Kant's practical philosophy to have appeared in recent years. The essays are often speculative and sometimes sketchy (as the title indicates, they are explorations), but they are suggestive in helpful and constructive ways, and they contain many insightful discussions and developments of Kant's approach." Ethics
"Constructions of Reason is rewarding reading." Review of Metaphysics
A reconsideration of Kant's conceptions of philosophical method, reason, freedom, autonomy and action, progresses to an interpretation of the Categorical Imperative and a comparative analysis of Kant and "Kantian" ethics.