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Above, you’ll find a free way to listen to the audiobook and read the ebook version of The Critique of Practical Reason authored by Immanuel Kant, Thomas Abbott, provided by Speechify. You can read the book while you listen or just listen to it. The Critique of Practical Reason was published in unknown.The Library of Congress Classification for The Critique of Practical Reason is B and the subjects include Ethics, Philosophy, German, Practical reason. The bookshelves info is Banned Books from Anne Haight's list.
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Library of Congress Classification

  • B : Philosophy. Psychology. Religion

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