First published in 1951. This title aims to familiarise the reader with the ideas of the sometimes difficult philosopher Immanuel Kant by presenting them in a more comprehensible form. Kant for Everyman provides an overview of the different stages in Kant’s life, and delivers a breakdown of his philosophical ideology. This title will be of interest to students of philosophy.

chapter 1|4 pages

Early Environment

chapter 2|3 pages

In the Collegium Fredericianum

chapter 3|2 pages

At the University

chapter 4|3 pages

Kant as a Private Tutor

chapter 5|7 pages

Years as a 'Magister'

chapter 6|9 pages

Kant as a Professor

chapter 7|2 pages

Kant and Women

chapter 8|6 pages

Social Life and Personal Appearance

chapter 9|5 pages

Daily Routine

chapter 10|3 pages

Character and Personality

chapter 11|3 pages

Kant and Art

chapter 12|3 pages

Kant and his Brother and Sisters

chapter 13|8 pages

Kant in Old Age

chapter 14|5 pages

Kant's Conflict with Prussian Reaction

chapter 15|2 pages

Life's End

chapter 16|5 pages

The Funeral

part |2 pages

Kant's Philosophy

chapter 1|2 pages

Philosophy as a Science

chapter 2|11 pages

Kant's Theory of Cognition

chapter 3|10 pages

Kant's Ethic

chapter 4|4 pages

From Kant's Moral Teaching

chapter 5|3 pages

From Kant's Philosophy of Life

chapter 6|5 pages

Kant and Religion

chapter 7|2 pages

Kant on Christianity

chapter 8|13 pages

Kant as a Political Writer

chapter 9|7 pages

Kant on Education

chapter 10|2 pages

Appreciation of Kant