But actually, Kant is a genius, a brilliant thinker, who has much to offer anyone who is trying to figure out why should we be good, how can we be good, what is good, and is there such a thing as evil?
I doubt that many people think about picking up his Critique of Pure Reason for fun weekend reading. No one is going to take his Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals to the beach for a leisurely day of reading in the sun.
Therefore, he is relegated to university studies and often thrown in with other philosophers as a historical example. But he is still has so much to offer. And it is intellectually satisfying to delve into the workings of the mind of a genius.