Kant's Critique of Pure Reason was a shock for which the intellectual world was in no way prepared. Within ten years of its
appearance, the entirety of philosophical discussion centered around the question of the true articulation and completion
of the transcendental philosophy grounded in Kant. This volume includes essays by Hans-Georg Gadamer, Henry E. Allison, Jose
Benardete, Arthur Melnick and Daniel O. Dahlstrom, most of which originated as lectures for the Colloquium at the Catholic
University of America, commemorating the bicentennial of Kant's publication.