Now let me turn to a more important matter, namely my forthcoming lecture series on the Critique of Pure Reason. The launch of the series is only five weeks away, not to soon to start preparing yourself. In addition to obtaining a copy of the Critique and downloading the e-book version of my commentary, Kant's Theory of Mental Activity, available at amazon.com, you really should review the most important sections of David Hume's A Treatise of Human Nature. For purposes of my lectures, there are three sections of the Treatise it would be wise to review. Of course, if you have never read the Treatise, you really should read all of Book I, but perhaps not everyone is as enthusiastic about this project as I.
The three critical passages of the Treatise are Book I, Part iii, sections 3 and 14, and Book I, Part iv, section 2.
Can it be that there are some readers of this blog who will consider this not quite as important as the outcome of the presidential election? I shudder at the thought.