On this walk we will be exploring Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Considered by some to be the the start of modern philosophy the book is still highly influential. We will be investigating Kant's ideas around empiricism, reason and the limits of metaphysics and grapple with Kant's epistemological concept of transcendental idealism!
You don't have to read the whole book before attending (it is known as a notoriously hard read!) but please at least have a look at some other sources to get familiar with the arguments in the book.
The organisers don't necessarily endorse the views of any of the authors or philosophers being discussed. The only rules of the event are to follow current government covid related guidelines and to keep all discussion friendly and constructive. We don't stick to the paths and the heath might be muddy so bring good footwear!