Critique of Pure Reason got a nice write-up last week in Tobias Carroll's weekly column at Vol. 1 Brooklyn, as part of what Carroll calls "Criticism and its Upending," alongside books by Wayne Koestenbaum and Rosalind E. Krauss. Critique, Carroll writes, "touches on the tropes of criticism to create something altogether weirder. . . . the satisfaction of the known giving way to gasps as expected borders begin to give way."
Thanks again, Tobias and Vol. 1 Brooklyn!