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Ian McColgin
02-01-2007, 07:48 AM
In "Critique of Criminal Reason" the Italian philosopher Michael Gregorio (maybe - Gregorio's CV is non-existent, the book was written in English and published in the USA) follows Procurator Stiffeniis back to 1803 Koenigsberg to investigate serial murders that may have Napoleanic overtones and which leads him back to his professor, Emanuel Kant, now fighting physical, mental and worldly decline in the closing days of his life.

The reader with some knowledge of Kant and some serious patience with a digressive 18th century approach to narrative will truly enjoy this.