Tues., Mar. 30: (no reading, first class).
Thurs., Apr. 1: Preface and Introduction to the First Edition (Avii-xxii, A1-16).
Tues., Apr. 6: no class (last day of Passover).
Thurs., Apr. 8: Transcendental Aesthetic (A19-49).
Tues., Apr. 13: Introduction to the Transcendental Logic, and Metaphysical Deduction (A50-83).
Thurs., Apr. 15: Transcendental Deduction, part one (A84-98) (through the end of the ``Preliminary Remark'').
Tues., Apr. 20: Transcendental Deduction, part two (A98-130).
Thurs., Apr. 22: Schematism (and various introductory material) (A130-58).
Tues., Apr. 27: Analogies--Introduction and First and Second Analogies (A177-211).
Thurs., Apr. 29: Phenomena and Noumena (A235-59).
Tues., May 4: Amphiboly (A260-89)
Thurs., May 6: Introduction to the Dialectic, and beginning of the Concepts of Pure Reason (A293-320).
Tues., May 11: end of the Concepts of Pure Reason, and beginning of the Inferences of Pure Reason (A321-48), and take-home midterm due.
Thurs., May 13: First and Fourth Paralogisms (A348-51, 366-80).
Tues., May 18: End of Paralogisms (A381-405).
Thurs., May 20: Introduction to Antinomies, and Third Antinomy (A405-25, 444-51).
Tues., May 25: Concluding Note on the Solution of the Mathematical-transcendental Ideas, and Solution to the Third Antinomy (A528-58).
Thurs., May 27: Ideal (A567-91).
Tues., June 1: Impossibility of the Cosmological and Ontological Proofs (A592-614).
Transcendental Doctrine of Method (and a bit of the B Preface)
Thurs., June 3: From the Preface to the Second Edition: Bxxiv (beginning ``But, it will be asked'')-Bxxxi (ending ``its errors at their very source.''). Canon (A795-831).
Tues., June 8: take-home final due.