When I was posting my Memoir in daily instalments, replete with academic gossip and such like, this site was visited daily by several thousand people. When I finished that epic three volume work and took to writing "tutorials" on Marx, Freud, the Study of Society, and lately Afro-American Studies, the number dwindled steadily until now perhaps four hundred visits a day are recorded. In the popularity-driven realm of the internet, where the number of people who have friended you on FaceBook counts for all, this fall off would be considered a disaster. I prefer to think that through a process of rigorous self-selection, an elite circle of serious lovers of the life of the mind have gathered for some serious conversation.
Accordingly, I am considering a series of posts -- not quite a Tutorial, to be sure -- designed to introduce people to Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. A full-scale tutorial would be monstrously difficult, and since my first [and arguably my best] book, Kant's Theory of Mental Activity, constitutes such a tutorial in depth, I will leave it to those who are interested to consult it, with the Critique in hand.
So, if English Jerk is not the only freak out there [as he puts it], let me know, and with only a little encouragement, I shall revisit my first love.