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Schulze wrote Aenesidemus, which raised many very serious questions about Kant's book. Today, Kant's book is easily available but Schulze's book is almost impossible to obtain. There is one book that contains a short excerpt. It is Between Kant and Hegel by George di Giovanni and H.S. Harris, ISBN 0-87220-504-5. With all of the junk that publishers print today, you would think that some university press would make Schulze's Aenesidemus available. Lestrade (talk) 01:10, 1 June 2008 (UTC)Lestrade
Google books seems to have the original in a 1911 edition  but only in snippet view, I wonder why as it is old enough to be public domain. Useful if you needed to search in the book, at least. Seems to be a 50 euro copy here. F. Meiner published it in a 1996 edition, ISBN 3787312803, OP, original price ca 60 euros. Might help for library search, doesn't seem like anything in English but Between K & H. John Z (talk) 05:05, 1 June 2008 (UTC)