Later today, I shall deliver and record the eighth in my series of lectures on the Critique of Pure Reason. Today I get to the Analogies of Experience, which is, in my judgment, the second most important section of the Critique, yielding pride of place only to the Deduction. This has been a very difficult lecture to prepare, despite the extra time afforded by my trip to Paris. The lecture series concludes next Monday, the day before the election. It occurred to me that there might actually be people more interested in watching the election results than in attending my last lecture.
There is no accounting for tastes. :)
[I have added the emoticon because it seems some readers of this blog have a somewhat underdeveloped sense of humor, and find it difficult to tell when I am joking.]