Critick of Pure Reason. Translated from the original…Second edition with notes and explanations of terms by Francis Haywood.
Kant, Immanuel.

London: William Pickering, 1848. Second edition of the first complete English translation of Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, expanded with two appendices, “Explanation of Terms According to Different Commentators” and “Notes.” Also with a new preface to the s Spine browned, spine extremities lightly worn, hinges tightened. Endpapers foxed, a few old light pencil notes in margin. A good, clean copy, scarce in original cloth. Original green cloth with printed paper spine label. Octavo. . xlvi, 625, [1, errata] (Item ID: 14757)


Francis Haywood (1793/4–1858), was the son of a successful cotton broker and a member of the intellectual circle headed by William Roscoe, biographer of Lorenzo de Medici. He was also a good friend of Antonio Panizzi, principal librarian of the British Museum. The present work established his reputation. It was praised by Sir William Hamilton, the chief authority on Kant in Britain, and it was the standard translation for a number of years.

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