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Critique of criminal reason by Michael Gregorio

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Published by Thomas Dunne Books in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hanno Stiffeniis (Fictitious character),
  • Serial murders,
  • Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMichael Gregorio
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6107.R4447 C75 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination395 p. ;
Number of Pages395
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24912235M
ISBN 100312349947
ISBN 109780312349943
LC Control Number2006048324
OCLC/WorldCa70175038

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Michael Gregorio and 4 other people liked Scot's review of Critique of Criminal Reason (Hanno Stiffeniis, #1): "Okay, this book had a great premise: put the character of Immanuel Kant into a murder mystery involving a grisly serial killer/5.   critique of criminal reason (chapter 1) Whalers returning from the Arctic seas in the summer of reported an aurora borealis of an intensity never observed before. Professor Wollaston had described the phenomenon of polar refraction to the satisfaction of /5(7). Critique of Criminal Reason Michael Gregorio, Author. St. Martin's Minotaur/Dunne $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book Philosophy professor. Get this from a library! Critique of criminal reason. [Michael Gregorio] -- It's , and Hanno Stiffeniis is a magistrate in Prussia. He has been called to investigate a spate of murders which has reduced the city to a state of terror, under the watchful gaze of his.

  In Critique of Criminal Reason Hanmo Stefaniis the Magistrate from a quiet town is summoned to solve a series of murders. The philosopher Kant is Hanno's benefactor and mentor. Together, they work to solve the mystery. Kant figures well throughout the book. We see what life is like in Prussia of the early 19th century/5(22). It has been years since Immanuel Kant's landmark philosophical work, Critique of Pure Reason, brought him fame throughout Europe and made him Königsberg’s best-known citizen. Rumours have begun to surface of a new work by the ageing genius. Unlike his earlier works, this book will not explore the mind of Enlightened man, but the mind of the serial killer. An International Bestseller and Playboy Best Book of It has been years since Immanuel Kant's landmark philosophical work, Critique of Pure Reason, brought him fame throughout Europe and made him Königsberg's best-known , rumors have begun to surface of .   Critique of Criminal Reason. by Michael Gregorio. Hanno Stiffeniis Mysteries (Book 1) Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: St. Martin's Publishing Group.