Reprint of fragments in Schlapp 1901. Aus Kants handschriftlichen Aufzeichnungen, 2 vols. These are indicated in the Briefwechsel volumes with the signum M + page number indicating: Kant, Immanuel. Edited by Benno Erdmann 569-87. This text was sent in a letter to Sömmering, Aug. The first three sections vols. Includes an introduction by Lehmann.
Kant had also used texts by J. Manuscript pages included here are: 2 935 1-36 4 , 3 936 5-37 15 , 5 937 17-36 , 4 937 36-38 1 , 5 938 2-34 — this second passage from ms 5 is written with the notebook turned right-side up; most of these notes, including the previous text from ms 4, are found at the bottom of the pages, written with the notebook upside down , 4 938 35-39 16 , 6 939 17-40 10 , 7 940 11-41 15 , 9 941 16-42 2 , 8 942 3-13 , 9 942 14-25 , 8 942 26-43 11 , 10 943 12-37 , 25 944 1-38 , 46 945 1-7 , 47 945 8-10 , 179 945 11-46 14 , 187 946 15-26. Includes an introduction by Lehmann. Certainly, you have done a consistently better job in this area than anyone else. The transcription is based on a handwritten copy prepared by Rudolph Baumbach in the 1920s. These 2nd edition volumes unfortunately introduced a number of errors absent in the 1st edition — the entire text had been re-set but not adequately proofed. Unfortunately, its title-page indicates 1902 as the beginning-year of the Kant edition — since it did not include the volumes of correspondence published in 1900 — which has led to a common misconception that the Academy edition itself began in 1902.
Königsberg: Ferdinand Beyer, 1889, 1895, 1898. Edited by Max Heinze 503-5. Note that the page numbers to the 4th edition of Baumgarten are inserted into the reprinted Baumgarten text with square brackets, e. Reprint text printed in Kowalewski 1924. More detailed information is available at the. Notes to volumes 10-12 1-596 , one additional letter 599-600 , index 603-99.
The two editions have identical pagination. Separate introductions by the various editors, factual notes, and editorial notes for each writing are grouped together at the end of the volume: 521-85. Edited by Paul Natorp 517-20. Leipzig, 1882, 1884 and in volumes 14-18 of the Academy edition: x-xxiii. The Academy edition draws on these earlier publications as well as additional material, and renumbers them all from Refl. Includes the paragraphs on empirical psychology §§504-699 from A.
The volumes are grouped into four sections: I. The index includes brief biographical information. The editors of the individual volumes are listed separately, below. This was understood to be a major undertaking, and was to serve as a model for other such editions. Kant Königsberg: Friedrich Nicolovius, 1796. As a result, the page numbers of some of the Nachlass volumes are sometimes out of sequential order: the same page in the Akademie-Ausgabe appears in these cases both in the consolidated text Kant was using for his lectures and in his commentary.
Edited by Paul Gedan 509-13. Includes an introduction by Lehmann as well as a reprint of Karsten, Kenntniß der Nature 1783 edition. Edited by Oswald Külpe 354-56. Halle: Carl Hermann Hemmerde, 1757 , liii, 432 pp. Mit Einleitung, Anmerkungen, Personen- und Sachregister versehen, 2 Bde. Edited by Georg Wobbermin 497-50. Edited by Paul Natorp 569-70.
The editors responsible for the texts in this volume were Heinrich Maier, Max Frischeisen-Köhler, and Paul Menzer. A few additional letters have been included which were discovered after the 2nd edition of the Akademie-Ausgabe was issued. The first 23 volumes of the Akademie-Ausgabe include three sections: Works Bde. Many of these volumes were reissued in a second edition, beginning in 1910 — vols. Preface by Dilthey : v-xv. The two editions have identical pagination up to the endmatter. All other parentheses stem from Kant.
This text is all reprinted from Heinze 1894 and Pölitz 1821. See also the Herder logic fragment printed at 24:1099-1100. Index to the Opus postumum: 625-748. Edited by Karl Vorländer 337-43. Juli 1762 erschienenen Feuerkugel, 1764; 8:449-50.
Juli 1762 erschienenen Feuerkugel, 1764; 2:272d-e. Reicke retained these designations when he published the Reflections in his three volumes, and Adickes normally gives the folder-letter and manuscript number in the heading. D 32: Manuscript 32 of Convolut D. Includes an introduction by Lehmann. Baumgarten, Ethica Philosophica, 1763; includes an index 27:873-1028. Heinze died on 17 September 1909, and in the second edition of vol.