Kant's Critique of Pure Reason

Kant's Critique of Pure Reason - Dan Robinson I really enjoyed this freely available lecture on Kant and his Critique of Pure Reason. It's given at the 30000 ft level for a general audience at Oxford University. It reminded me of a Great Course Lecture series, but only better because it doesn't have the inherent phoniness that the Great Course people foist in to their recordings.

The grave yard is full of Philosophers who say Kant is dead. The lecturer does a great job of realizing this while giving Kant his proper place in the pantheon of great minds.

As for me, I have the urge to read Kant, but first I wanted to listen to a lecture at an overview level, next listen to a real course on the Critique, and finally read the book.

This lecture is available on Open Culture or Itunes University in either audio or video.