[List: Published Notes]

List: Published Notes

This bibliography is a chronological list of those publications containing lecture notes from Kant’s classroom, and is indexed (to the left) by both editor/translator and by discipline.

Notes (and their many reprints and translations) that were published by Kant or with his approval — Kant’s Anthropology (1798)[writings], Jäsche’s Logic (1800)[writings], and Rink’s Physical Geography (1802)[writings] and On Pedagogy (1803)[writings] — are not included here (for translations of Rink [1802], see Stark).  Reprints and translations are listed with a publication, but only when they are actual reprints or translations (full or partial) based on that publication (as opposed to the original manuscript).  NB: Because Adickes made use of so many of the notes in his publications, only fragments from notes no longer available elsewhere are listed here.


Both Rink [bio] and Jäsche [bio] were intending to publish more student notes.  Jäsche had hoped to publish a volume of metaphysics lectures (as announced in catalogs for 1802), but this did not happen, and it is now understood that these materials were just Kant’s notes written in his copy of Baumgarten’s Metaphysica (see vols. 17-18 of the Academy edition for Kant’s “Reflections on Metaphysics”).  Rink’s further efforts were halted as a result of his controversy with Vollmer [bio], who had published a four-volume physical geography [1801-5] — even though Kant had denied him permission to do so — and who claimed that his own publication was superior to Rink’s 1802 publication.  In the preface to his volume of education lectures, Rink wrote:

“After the base attacks which the bookdealer Vollmer allowed himself on my edition of the Kantian physical geography, it is no longer possible for the editing of such manuscripts to be a pleasant business for me.  Since I can live peacefully, contented and busy within my own sphere of activity (which even without this is by no means narrow), why should I lower myself to making unasked for claims, and abandon myself to untimely judgments?” [AA 9:440]

Kant had not originally intended to have any of his lectures published.  His will of 29 August 1791 commissioned Gensichen [bio] “to destroy all those literary papers, which no one could use and, because of their illegibility, would only be misunderstood.”[1]  Müller [1928, 29] is likely correct in his suggestion that Kant merely gave permission to Rink and Jäsche to publish his lecture notes, rather than asking them to do so; otherwise, they would have emphasized the request as a selling point for their editions.  Instead, Rink simply notes (in the preface to his Mancherlei zur Geschichte der metakritischen Invasion, 1800, p. xix) that he and Jäsche would be preparing these publications.


[1] AA 13:557; also quoted by Adickes at AA 14:xxiii.

1778

Hippel, Theodor Gottlieb von (1778-81).  Lebensläufe nach aufsteigender Linie, nebst Beilagen A, B, C, 3 vols. (Berlin: Voß).

Published anonymously. Beck [1988, 493] offers this summary:

“Everyone agrees that Hippel, who regarded Kant’s lectures as ‘die Goldwaagen seiner Grundsätze’, copied from notes on anthropology; beyond that there is divergence of opinion. Glave in the Allgemeine deutsche Bibliothek (1788), said that vol. I of the Lebensläufe contained passages from lectures on anthropology, vol. II from metaphysics. Starke, in Immanuel Kant’s Anweisung zur Menschen- und Weltkenntniß (1830) said that Hippel’s other sources were lectures on ethics. Lehmann (Ak XVIV, 2) refers to logic and of course Enzyklopädie. Kant himself mentioned in the Erklärung ‘Vorlesungen der Logik, der Moral, der Naturrecht [!], u.s.w. vornämlich denen der Anthropologie’.”

The Starke text that is mentioned is [Bergk 1831b].

Includes fragments of: Anthropology [an-Hippel 1], Anthropology [an-Hippel 2], Metaphysics [an-Hippel 3], Moral Philosophy [an-Hippel 4]


1788

Coing, Johann Franz (1788).  Die vornehmsten Wahrheiten der natürlichen Religion vorgetragen und gegen die neueren Einwürfe verteidigt von E.n.d.E.r.W (Leipzig), lvi, 100 pp.

Published anonymously.

Includes fragments of: Natural Theology [an-Coing]

Reprint: Kreimendahl [1988]


1796

Forberg, Friedrich Carl (1796).  Der Mensch, oder Compendiöse Bibliothek des Wissenswürdigsten von der Natur und Bestimmung des Menschen, und von der Geschichte der Menschheit, Heft II: Seelenlehre (Eisenach and Halle: Johann Jacob Gebauer), 84 pp. (counting the title page as p. 1).

Published anonymously.

Includes fragments of: Anthropology [an-Forberg]


1797

Mellin, Georg Samuel Albert (1797-1804).  Encyclopädisches Wörterburch der kritischen Philosophie, oder Versuch einer fasslichen und vollständigen Erklärung der in Kants kritischen und dogmatischen Schriften enthaltenen Begriffe und Sätze; mit Nachrichten, Erläuterungen und Vergleichungen aus der Geschichte der Philosophie begleitet, und alphabetisch geordnet. 11 vols. (Züllichau, Jena & Leipzig).

Includes fragments of: Anthropology [an-Mellin]


1801

Vollmer, Johann Jakob Wilhelm, ed. (1801-5).  Physische Geographie, 4 vols. in 7 parts (Mainz and Hamburg: Gottfried Vollmer).  2nd ed: 1815-1817.

This edition was not authorized by Kant, who denounced it publicly [1801][writings].

Includes: Physical Geography [an-Vollmer 1-3]

Translations: Eckerlin [1807-11].


1807

Eckerlin, Augusto, tr. (1807-11).  Geografia fisica di Emanele Kant (Milan: G. Silvestri), 6 vol.  Photomechanical reprint (in 3 vols.): Bergamo, Leading Edizioni, 2004.

Translation into Italian of Vollmer [1801-5].

Translation into Italian of: Physical Geography [an-Vollmer 1-3]


1809

Minerva: Taschenbuch für das Jahr 1809

Includes selections from: Anthropology [an-Minerva]

Fragments reprinted in: Brandt/Stark [1997].


1817

Pölitz, Karl H. Ludwig, ed. (1817).  Immanuel Kant, Vorlesungen über die philosophische Religionslehre (Leipzig: Carl Friedrich Franz), viii, 214 pp.  Anon. edited by Pölitz.  2nd edition (1830): Leipzig, Taubert, xx, 235 pp.

1st edition was published anonymously; the title page of the second edition included the editor’s name.

Includes: Natural Theology [an-Pölitz 2]

Photomechanical reprint of the 1830 2nd ed. (1982): Darmstadt, Wissenschaftlichen Buchgesellschaft, xx, 235 pp.

Reprints: Lehmann [1972].

Translations: Wood/Clark [1978], Wood/di Giovanni [1996].


1821

Pölitz, Karl H. Ludwig, ed. (1821).  Immanuel Kant, Vorlesungen über Metaphysik.  Zum Druck befördert von dem Herausgeber der Kantischen Vorlesungen über philosophische Religionslehre. Nebst einer Einleitung, welche eine kurze übersicht der wichtigen Veränderungen der Metaphysik seit Kant enthält (Erfurt: Kayser), lxiv, 343 pp. + 2 unnumbered pages of errata.

Pölitz inadvertently included an introductory section from a set of logic notes (an-Pölitz 3.1) at the beginning of his edition of metaphysics notes.

Includes: Logic [an-Pölitz 3.1] Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2]

Reprints: Du Prel [1889; partial], Schmidt [1924], Lehmann [1968]

Photomechanical reprint (1964, 1975): Darmstadt, Wissenschaftlichen Buchgesellschaft, 343 pp.

Translations: Tissot [1843], Castillo [1993], Ameriks/Naragon [1997; partial].


1826

Bergk, Johann Adam [pseudonym: Dr. Heinichen] (11826[?], 21838).  Taschenbuch für Menschenkenntnis und Menschenbesserung nach Hippel, Wieland, Sterne, Helvetius, Shakespeare und Kant.  Mit einer Abhandlung über Menschenkenntniß (Quedlinburg and Leipzig: Ernst), xxii, 99 pp.

2nd edition is identical to the 1st edition, other than a new title page.

Includes: Anthropology [an-Starke 3]


1831

Bergk, Johann Adam, [pseudonym: Friedrich Christian Starke], ed. (1831a).  Immanuel Kant’s Menschenkunde oder philosophische Anthropologie.  Nach handschriftlichen Vorlesungen (Leipzig: Expedition des europäischen Aufsehers), 400 pp.

The 2nd edition (Quedlinburg: Ernst, 1838) is simply a re-issue of the 1st, with a new title-page.

Includes: Anthropology [an-Starke 1]

Reprint: Brandt/Stark [1997]

Photomechanical reprint: Tonelli [1976].


Bergk, Johann Adam, [pseudonym: Friedrich Christian Starke], ed. (1831b).  Anweisung zur Menschen- und Weltkenntniss.  Nach dessen Vorlesungen im Winterhalbjähre von 1790-1791. (Leipzig: Expedition des europäischen Aufsehers), x, 127 pp.

Includes: Anthropology [an-Starke 2]

Reprint: Brandt/Stark [1997]

Photomechanical reprint: Tonelli [1976].


1833

Bergk, Johann Adam, [pseudonym: Friedrich Christian Starke], ed. (1833).  Immanuel Kant’s vorzügliche kleine Schriften und Aufsätze.  Mit Anmerkungen herausgegeben von Fr. Ch. Starke.  Nebst Betrachtungen über die Erde und den Menschen aus ungedruckten Vorlesungen von Imm. Kant. 2 vols (Leipzig: Expedition des europäischen Aufsehers).  1st vol: xii, 302 pp., with Bergk’s preface at pp. iii-x (dated “Leipzig, 31 Aug 1832”).  2nd vol: viii, 326 pp., with Bergk’s preface at pp. iii-vi (dated “Leipzig, 5 Dec. 1832”).

A second edition appeared in 1838, also under the pseudonym of F. C. Starke: Immanuel Kant’s vorzügliche kleine Schriften und Aufsätze, nebst Betrachtungen über die Erde und den Menschen, 2 vols. (Quedlinburg and Leipzig: Ernst), 1st vol: xii, 302 pp, with Bergk’s preface at iii-x. 2nd part: viii, 335 pp. (with publisher’s advertisements on pp. 327-35).  This second edition includes only trivial changes: a new title page, publisher’s advertisements, and a brief paragraph added to the preface of vol. 2 explaining that these volumes are being re-offered at a discounted price.

The second volume (pp. 262-83) contains “Observations on the Earth and Man” from unprinted lecture-notes on Physical Geography, from SS 1791; Adickes [1970, 10] views these as trivial and without worth.

Includes a fragment of: Physical Geography [an-Starke 4]


1839

Weisflog, Karl (1839).  Phantasiestücke und Historien, 2nd ed., 12 vols. (Dresden/Leipzig: In der Arnoldschen Buchhandlung), pt. 4, pp. 190-92 [pdf]. A biographical sketch of Weisflog is found in part 12, pp. 227-39 [pdf]. Earlier editions: (Dresden 1824) (Wien 1827) (Stuttgart 1829).

Includes fragment: Logic [Weisflog]

Reprint: Lehmann [1966; AA 24:1021-22].


1843

Tissot, J., tr. (1843).  Leçons de métaphysique de Kant, publiées par M. Poelitz, précédées d’une introduction où l’éditeur expose brevement les principaux changements, survenus dans la métaphysique depuis Kant (Paris: Lagrange), xl, 446 pp. 

Translation into French of Pölitz [1821].

Translation into French of: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2]


1854

Mrongovius, Krzysztof Celestyn (1854). Rozprawa filozoficzna o religii I moralnosci miana przez Imanuela Kanta a na jezyk polski przelozona przez Mrongoviusa [Philosophical Treatise on Religion and Ethics, from Immanuel Kant and translated into the Polish language by Mrongovius] (Danzig: Szrota), viii, 223 pp.

This was a text of various essays by Kant on religion and ethics, including two sets of notes in Mrongovius’ possession; cited in Zelazny [1998].

Translation into Polish of: Moral Philosophy [Mrongovius 4.2], Natural Theology [an-Pölitz 2 (sel.)]

Reprint: Zelazny [2006].


1877

Uña, Juan, tr. (1877).  Metafísica de Kant. (Madrid: Librería de Francisco Iravedra/Antonio Novo), xvi, 336 pp. 

Translation into Spanish of Pölitz [1821], based on Tissot [1843].

Translation into Spanish of: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2]


1880

Erdmann, Benno (1880).  Review of Moritz Steckelmacher, Die formale Logik Kants in ihren Beziehungen zur transcendentalen (Breslau, 1879).  In: Göttingische gelehrte Anzeigen, 20: 609-34.

Includes fragment from: Logic [Hoffmann]

Fragment reprinted in: Hinske [1995].


1883

Erdmann, Benno (1883).  “Eine unbeachtet gebliebene Quelle zur Entwicklungsgeschichte Kants.” Philosophische Monatshefte 19: 129-44.

Passage at p. 133n.

Includes fragments from: Metaphysics [an-Korff]

Fragments reprinted in: Lehmann [1972; AA 28:1471].


1884

Erdmann, Benno (1884).  “Mittheilungen über Kant’s metaphysischen Standpunkt in der Zeit um 1774.” Philosophische Monatshefte 20: 65-97.

Passages at pp. 73-97.

Includes fragments from: Metaphysics [an-Korff]

Fragments reprinted in: Lehmann [1972; AA 28:1518-27].


1889

du Prel, Carl, ed. (1889).  Immanuel Kants Vorlesungen über Psychologie. Mit einer Einleitung: “Kants mystische Weltanschaung” (Leipzig: Ernst Günther), lxiv, 96 pp.  Reprint (1964): Pforzheim: Rudolf Fischer Verlag, 158 pp., with a preface by Theodor Weiman (pp. 7-11).

Partial reprint (pp. 125-261) of Pölitz [1821], which du Prel justifies with the scarcity of Pölitz’s book, and he reprints only the “rational psychology” portion of the notes because they along offer something wholly new, the remainder occuring elsewhere in Kant’s publications, and believes that these notes are espcially important for a proper appreciation of Kant’s Dreams of a Spirit-Seer.  He also mentions the Rosenhagen notes in his preface (p. x), a fragment of which was copied for him by Sellin.

Includes a long section of: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1]

Reprint: du Prel [1964].


1893

Arnoldt, Emil (1908-9).  Kritische Exkurse im Gebiete der Kant-Forschung, 2 parts, reprinted as vols. 4 (1908; viii, 434 pp.) and 5 (1909; 344 pp.) of Emil Arnoldt, Gesammelte Schriften, edited by Otto Schöndörffer, 11 vols. (Berlin: Bruno Cassirer, 1906-11).

This work originally appeared in the Altpreußische Monatsheft in 1893 and 1894, but for bibliographical purposes, it is listed as Arnoldt [1908-9].

Arnoldt [1908/9, 174, 321] also examined three sets of notes on moral philosophy, all housed in Königsberg: an-Gotthold 3, an-Reicke 7, and Vigilantius 4; his description of the first of these is all that we know of it.

Includes fragments from: Logic [Hoffmann] [Vigilantius 2], Metaphysics [an-Königsberg 5] [an-Korff] [Vigilantius 3]

Logic fragments reprinted in: Hinske [1991]

Some of the metaphysics fragments reprinted in: Lehmann [1970].


1894

Heinze, Max (1894).  Vorlesungen Kants über Metaphysik aus drei Semestern (Leipzig: S. Hirzel), 248 pp.  [= Abhandlungen der philologisch-historischen Classe der Königlich Sächsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, vol. 14 (pp. 479-728)]

Includes long fragments from: Metaphysics [an-Königsberg 5] [an-Korff] [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2] [Rosenhagen]

Fragments reprinted in: Lehmann [1968], Lehmann [1970].


1901

Schlapp, Otto (1901).  Kants Lehre vom Genie und die Entstehung der “Kritik der Urteilskraft” (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht), xii, 463 pp. Reprint (1968): Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

The first part of this book (pp. 35-114) appeared in 1899 as Schlapp’s Strassburg Dissertation.

Includes fragments from: Anthropology [an-Gotthold 1] [an-Reicke 1] [an-Reicke 2] [Brauer 1] [Elsner] [Nicolai 1] [Puttlich 1] [Reichel], Logic [an-Blomberg] [Philippi 3] [Hintz] [Hoffmann], Metaphysics [an-Königsberg 5] [Vigilantius 3]

Fragments reprinted in: Lehmann [1966], Lehmann [1970], Lehmann [1983], Hinske [1991], Brandt/Stark [1997].


1908-9

Emil Arnoldt (1908-9) is listed under the year 1893 (see).


1911

Adickes, Erich (1911a).  Untersuchungen zu Kant’s physischer Geographie (Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr), viii, 344 pp.

Includes fragments from nineteen sets of notes on Physical Geography; please see the overview table for these notes.


Adickes, Erich (1911b).  Kants Ansichten über Geschichte und Bau der Erde (Tübingen: J. C. B. Mohr), vii, 207 pp.

Discusses eleven sets of notes (and includes fragments from at least seven of these) on Physical Geography; please see the overview table for these notes.


Adickes, Erich, ed., (11911c, 21925).  Kant’s handschriftlicher Nachlaß: Mathematik, Physik und Chemie, und Physische Geographie (Berlin and Leipzig: de Gruyter), including Adickes’ general introduction to the third division (Nachlaß) of Kant’s collected writings: xxvii-lxii.  [= Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Berlin Academy of Sciences, vol. 14]

Includes fragments from: Physical Geography [an-Königsberg 3] [an-Reicke 3] [Puttlich 2]


Menzer, Paul (1911).  Kants Lehre von der Entwicklung in Natur und Geschichte (Berlin: Georg Reimer), 432 pp.

Includes fragments from: Physical Geography [Herder 1] Metaphysics [Herder 4]


1913

Adickes, Erich (1913a).  Ein neu aufgefundenes Kollegheft nach Kants Vorlesungen über physische Geographie (Tübingen).

Includes selections from: Physical Geography [an-Werner] [Puttlich 2]


Adickes, Erich, ed., (1913b, 21923).  Kant’s handschriftlicher Nachlaß: Anthropologie (Berlin and Leipzig: de Gruyter), with a 10 pp. introduction by Adickes (dated 11 February 1913).  [= Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Berlin Academy of Sciences, vol. 15]

Includes selections from: Physical Geography [an-Königsberg 3] [Puttlich 2]


1924

Menzer, Paul, ed. (1924).  Eine Vorlesung Kants über Ethik. Im Auftrag der Kantgesellschaft herausgegeben von Paul Menzer (Berlin-Charlottenburg: Pan Verlag Rolf Heise) (Philosophia practica universalis), vii, 335 pp. 2nd ed: 1925.

This book was commissioned by the Kant-Gesellschaft to celebrate the 200 anniversary of Kant’s birth, and is primarily a transcription of Brauer 2, with Kutzner and an-Mrongovius used as controls (Menzer designated these manuscripts A, B, and C, respectively).  See the Earlier Scholarship discussion on the moral philosophy notes page.

Includes: Moral Philosophy [Brauer 2] [Kutzner] [an-Mrongovius]

Reprint: Gerhardt [1990].

Translation: Infield [1930/English], Konishi/Nagano [1968/Japanese], Guerra [1971/Italian], Aramayo/Panadero [1988/Spanish].


Adickes, Erich (1924-25).  Kant als Naturforscher, 2 vols. (Berlin: de Gruyter).

Includes fragments from: Physical Geography [Crueger]


Kowalewski, Arnold, ed. (1924).  Die philosophischen Hauptvorlesungen Immanuel Kants. Nach den aufgefundenen Kollegheften des Grafen Heinrich zu Dohna-Wundlacken (München and Leipzig), 633 pp.

Includes a general introduction by the editor (pp. 11-53), as well as short introductions and indices to each set of notes.  A 1965 photomechanical reprint (Hildesheim, Georg Olms, 633 pp. + 35 pp.) includes (in the additional 35 pp.) a reprint of the Matuszewski anthropology lecture notes (“Nach einen ungedruckten Kollegheft von WS 1791/92”) that was first published in Kowalewski/Kowalewski (1925).

Includes: Anthropology [Dohna-Wundlacken 1], Logic [Dohna-Wundlacken 3] Metaphysics [Dohna-Wundlacken 4]

Logic notes reprinted at: Lehmann [1966]


Eitel, Wilhelm (1924).  “Ein Dokument zur Behandlung mineralogischer Gegenstände in Kants Vorlesungen über physische Geographie.” Festschrift, 200. Geburtstag Immanuel Kant (Leipzig), pp. 29-39. 

Includes: Physical Geography [Dohna-Wundlacken 2]


Schmidt, K. H., ed. (1924).  Vorlesungen über die Metaphysik (Rosswein: Pflugbeil), xv, 205 pp.

Newly edited reprint of Pölitz [1821].

Includes: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2]


1925

Kowalewski, Arnold and Elisabeth-Maria Kowalewski, eds. (1925).  Philosophischer Kalender für 1925, im Zeichen Immanuel Kants (Berlin: Reuther & Reichard Verlag), 164 pp.

Includes: Anthropology [ Matuszewski ] Physical Geography [Dohna-Wundlacken 2]


1930

Infield, Louis, tr. (1930).  Immanuel Kant, Lectures on Ethics (London: Methuen and Co.), with an Introduction by J. MacMurray, xiii, 253 pp.

This is presented as a translation into English of Menzer [1924]; the MacMurray introduction is, for the most part, a rough translation of Menzer’s introduction to the German edition.  Reprint (1963): New York, Harper and Row, xix, 253 pp., with a foreward by Louis White Beck and the 1930 introduction by MacMurray.  Reprint (1979): London, Methuen, xix, 253 pp.  Reprint (1980): Indianapolis, Hackett Publishing, xix, 253 pp., includes the 1962 foreward by L. W. Beck, but omits the introduction by J. MacMurray.

Translation into English of: Moral Philosophy [Brauer 2]


1936

Horn, Adam (1936).  Immanuel Kants ethisch-rechtliche Eheauffassung.Eine Rechtfertigung seines Eherechts (Dissertation: Giessen; publ. Düsseldorf), iv, 66pp. Reprint: Würzburg, 1991.

Includes: Natural Law [Feyerabend]


1937

Beyer, Kurt (1937).  Kants Vorlesungen über die philosophische Religionslehre (Halle: Akademischer Verlag), vii-xiii, 271 pp.

Includes: Natural Theology [Mrongovius 3] [Volckmann 4]


1944-45

See: Kowalewski/Stark [2000].


1954

Glasenapp, Helmut von (1954).  Kant und die Religionen des Ostens (Kitzingen am Main: Holzner Verlag), xx, 193 pp.  [= Beihefte zum Jahrbuch der Albertus-Universität Königsberg/Pr., vol. 5]

This includes material on the Far East (India, Tibet, China, Japan, and the Philippines) missing from the Rink edition — long passages from an-Holstein-Beck and shorter fragments from twelve other sets of notes ; cf. Lehmann [1966; AA 24:972] and Lehmann [1969, 74].

Includes: Physical Geography [an-Holstein-Beck], and see the overview table for the other twelve sets of notes.


1961

Lehmann, Gerhard (1961).  Vorlusungen über Enzyklopädie und Logik, Bd. 1: Vorlesungen über Philosophische Enzyklopädie (Berlin: Akademie Verlag), 132 pp.

This is published by the German Academy of Sciences at Berlin, but it is not a volume in the Kant’s gesammelte Schriften series.

Includes: Philosophical Encyclopedia [an-Friedländer 4.1], Physics [an-Friedländer 4.4]


1964

Irmscher, Hans Dietrich, ed. (1964).  Immanuel Kant. Aus den Vorlesungen der Jahre 1762 bis 1764.  Auf Grund der Nachschriften Johann Gottfried Herders, edited by Hans Dietrich Irmscher (Köln: Kölner-Universitäts-Verlag), 178 pp.  [= Kant-Studien Ergänzungshefte, vol. 88]

Includes: Logic [Herder 2], Mathematics [Herder 3], Metaphysics [Herder 4], Moral Philosophy [Herder 5], Physics [Herder 6]


du Prel, Carl, ed. (1964).  Immanuel Kants Vorlesungen über Psychologie. Mit einer Einleitung: “Kants mystische Weltanschaung” (Pforzheim, Rudolf Fischer Verlag), 158 pp.

This is a reprint of du Prel [1889; see], with a new preface by Theodor Weiman, du Prel’s preface dated 1888 (pp.13-21), and his Introduction on “Kant’s Mystical World-View” (pp. 22-67).

Includes a long section of: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1]


1966

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed., vol. 24, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Logic [an-Blomberg] [an-Pölitz 3.1] [an-Wien] [Busolt 3] [Dohna-Wundlacken 3] [Herder 2] [Hintz] [Hoffmann] [Philippi 3] [Weisflog]


1968

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed., vol. 28, 1st half, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Metaphysics [an-Korff] [an-Pölitz 1] [Herder 4] [Rosenhagen] [von Schön 2] [Volckmann 3]


Konishi, Kunio and Mitsuko Nagano, tr. (1968).  Immanuel Kant, Kanto no rinrigaku kôgi (Tokyo: Sanshû-sha), 349 pp.

Translation into Japanese of Menzer [1924].

Translation into Japanese of: Moral Philosophy [Brauer 2]


1970

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed., vol. 28, 2nd half, pt. 1, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Logic [an-Pölitz 3.1] Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 3.2] [Dohna-Wundlacken 4] [Königsberg 5] [Vigilantius 3] [Herder 4]


1971

Guerra, Augusto, tr. (1971).  Immanuel Kant, Lezioni di etica (Roma-Bari: Laterza), xx, 300 pp.

Translation into Italian of Menzer [1924].  Later editions: 1984, 1991.

Translation into Italian of: Moral Philosophy [Brauer 2]


Kai, Jitsudō, and Giichi Saitō, trs. (1971).  カントの形而上学講義 / Kanto no keijijogaku kogi. (Tokyo: Sanshusha), 330 pp. 

Translation into Japanese of Pölitz [1821].

Translation into Japanese of: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2]


1972

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed. (1972).  Vol. 28, 2nd half, pt. 2, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Natural Theology [an-Pölitz 2] [Volckmann 4] [Mrongovius 3]


1974

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed. (1974).  Vol. 27, 1st half, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Moral Philosophy [Herder 5] [an-Powalski] [Collins 2]


1975

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed. (1975).  Vol. 27, 2nd half, pt. 1, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Moral Philosophy [Vigilantius 4]


1976

Tonelli, Giorgio, ed. (1976).  Photomechanical reprint of Bergk [1831a] and Bergk [1831b], with a new preface by the editor (Hildesheim, New York: Olms Verlag), 504 pp.

Includes: Anthropology [an-Starke 1] [an-Starke 2]

Reprint: Brandt/Stark [1997]


1978

Wood, Allen W. and Gertrude M. Clark, tr. and eds. (1978).  Immanuel Kant, Lectures on Philosophical Theology, with an Introduction and Notes by Allen Wood (Ithaca: Cornell University Press), 175pp.

Translation into English of Pölitz [1817].  See new edition: Wood/di Giovanni [1996].

Translation into English of: Natural Theology [an-Pölitz 2]


1979

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed. (1979).  Vol. 27, 2nd half, pt. 2, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Natural Law [Feyerabend], Moral Philosophy [an-Berlin 2 (var.)] [an-Dilthey (var.)] [an-Friedländer 3 (var.)] [an-Mrongovius] [Brandt (var.)] [Kaehler, J. F. (var.)]


1980

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed. (1980).  Vol. 29, 1st half, pt. 1, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Philosophical Encyclopedia [an-Friedländer 4.1], Mathematics [Herder 3], Physics [Herder 6] [an-Friedländer 4.4] [Mrongovius 4.1], Moral Philosophy [Mrongovius 4.2]


1983

Lehmann, Gerhard, ed. (1983).  Vol. 29, 1st half, pt. 2, Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter).

Includes: Metaphysics [Mrongovius 2] [Vigilantius 3], Logic [Mrongovius 4.3], Natural Theology [Magath]


1986

De Toni, Gian Antonio, tr. (1986). Immanuel Kant, Lezioni di psicologia, translated into Italian by Gian Antonio De Toni, introduction by Luciano Mecacci (Rome/Bari: Laterza), 157 pp.

Includes selections from: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1]


Domenico, Nicola de (1986).  “La storia naturale della terra secondo Kant. Il Ms. FN 6 della Biblioteca Regionale di Messina (Kants Physische Geographie. 1782) con un estratto dal testo” in Università di Messina, La Tradizione Kantiana in Italia (Messina), pp. 389-474.

Includes selections from: Physical Geography [an-Messina]


1988

Kreimendahl, Lothar (1988).  “Kants Kolleg über Rationaltheologie. Fragmente einer bislang unbekannten Vorlesungsnachschrift.” Kant-Studien, 79: 318-28.

Reprints fragments in Coing [1778].

Includes fragments of: Natural Theology [an-Coing]


Aramayo Rodríguez, Roberto and Concha Roldán Panadero, tr. (1988).  Immanuel Kant, Lecciones de ética (Barcelona: Crítica), 307 pp.

Translation into Spanish of Menzer [1924], also making use of Lehmann [1974].  Introduction by Aramayo.

Translation into Spanish of: Moral Philosophy [Brauer 2]


Esposito, Costantino, tr. (1988). Immanuel Kant, Lezioni di filosofia della religione (Naples: Bibliopolis), 308 pp.

Translation into Italian of Pölitz [1817].

Translation into Italian of: Natural Theology [anonymous-Pölitz 2]


1990

Gerhardt, Gerd, ed., Eine Vorlesung über Ethik (Frankfurt/Main: Fischer Verlag), 295 pp.

Reprint of Menzer [1924], using Collins 2 as a control.

Includes: Moral Philosophy [Brauer 2] [Collins 2]


Aramayo Rodriguez, Robert, tr. and ed. (1990).  Antropologia práctica (según el manuscrito inédito de C. C. Mrongovius, fechado en 1785) (Madrid: Tecnos), xlix, 93 pp.

Translation into Spanish of: Anthropology [Mrongovius 1]


1991

Hinske, Norbert (1991).  Personenindex zum Logikcorpus, vol. 14 of the Kant-Index (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: frommann-holzboog), cv, 156 pp., with an introduction by Norbert Hinske.

Reprints fragments published in Arnoldt [1908-9] and Schlapp [1901].

Includes fragments from: Logic [Hoffmann] [Vigilantius 2]


1992

Young, J. Michael, ed. and tr. (1992).  Immanuel Kant, Lectures on Logic (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), xxxi, 695 pp.

Translation into English of: Logic [an-Blomberg] [an-Jäsche] [an-Wien] [Dohna-Wundlacken 3] [Hechsel]


1993

Castillo, Monique, ed. and tr. (1993).  Immanuel Kant, Leçons de métaphysique, translation and notes by Monique Castillo, preface by Michel Meyer (Paris: Librairie Générale Française).

Translation into French of Pölitz [1821].

Translation into French of: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2]


Fink, William, ed. and tr., and Gérard Nicolas, ed. (1993).  Immanuel Kant, Leçons sur la théorie philosophique de la religion, with an introduction by Fink and Nicolas (Paris: Librairie Générale Française), 343 pp.

Translation is based on the 2nd edition (1830) of Pölitz [1817].  Introduction (pp. 9-48), editorial notes on the lectures (pp. 209-21), and commentary (pp. 224-317), as well as a glossary and index.

Translation into French of: Natural Theology [an-Pölitz 2]


1995

Hinske, Norbert (1995).  Stellenindex und Konkordanz zur “Logik Pölitz,” vol. 6 (parts 1-2) of the Kant-Index (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: frommann-holzboog), cxi, 685 pp.

Reprints fragments published in Erdmann [1880].

Includes fragments from: Logic [Hoffmann]


1996

Wood, Allen W. and George di Giovanni, tr. and eds. (1996).  Immanuel Kant, Religion and Rational Theology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), xxiv, 518pp.

Translation into English of Pölitz [1817].  See: Wood/Clark [1978].

Translation into English of: Natural Theology [an-Pölitz 2]


1997

Brandt, Reinhard and Werner Stark, eds. (1997).  Vorlesungen über Anthropologie, vol. 25 of Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter), cli, 1691 pp.: 1st half: pp. cli, 1-728; 2nd half: pp. 729-1691.

Includes: Anthropology [an-Berlin 1] [an-Dingelstaedt] [an-Friedländer 1] [an-Friedländer 4.3] [an-Gotthold 1] [an-Königsberg 1] [an-Minerva] [an-Parow] [an-Pillau 1] [an-Starke 1] [Busolt 1] [Collins 1] [Elsner] [Matuszewski] [Mrongovius 1]


Ameriks, Karl and Steve Naragon, tr. and eds. (1997).  Immanuel Kant, Lectures on Metaphysics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), xlvii, 642 pp.

Includes a brief fragment from the Pölitz logic notes (an-Pölitz 3.1) that had been included in previous editions of the Pölitz metaphysics notes, and so were retained for historical reasons.

Translation into English of: Logic [an-Pölitz 3.1], Metaphysics [an-Königsberg 5] [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2] [Dohna-Wundlacken 4] [Herder 4] [Mrongovius 2] [Vigilantius 3] [Volckmann 3]


Heath, Peter and J. B. Schneewind, eds. (1997). Immanuel Kant, Lectures on Ethics, tr. by Peter Heath, with an introduction by J. B. Schneewind (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), xxvii, 507 pp.

Translation into English of: Moral Philosophy [Collins 2] [Herder 5] [Mrongovius 4.2] [Vigilantius 4]


Langlois, Luc, tr. and ed. (1997).  Immanuel Kant, Leçons d’éthique (Paris: Librairie Générale Française), 414 pp.

Translation into French of Menzer [1924].  Introduction by Langlois (pp. 5-65).

Translation into French of: Moral Philosophy [Brauer 2]


1998

Pinder, Tillmann, ed. (1998).  Immanuel Kant, Logik-Vorlesung, Unveröffentlichte Nachschriften, 2 vols. (Hamburg: Felix Meiner), lxx, 268, vii, 718 pp.  [= Kant-Forschungen, vols. 8 and 9, Reinhard Brandt and Werner Stark, gen. eds.]

Vol. 1: Bauch; vol. 2: Hechsel, an-Warszawa.

Includes: Logic [an-Warszawa] [Bauch] [Hechsel]


Rigobello, Armando, tr. and ed. (1998). Immanuel Kant, Realtà ed esistenza. Lezioni di metafisica: introduzione e ontologia, introduction, translation, and notes by Armando Rigobello (Milan: San Paolo), 173 pp.

Partial translation into Italian of the an-Pölitz 3.2 notes.

Includes Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 3.2]


2000

Kowalewski, Arnold, Sabina Laetitia Kowalewski, and Werner Stark, eds. Kant-Volksausgabe (Hamburg: Meiner), viii, 511 pp.  Vol. 12 of Kant-Forschungen.

In 1944-45, Arnold Kowalewski prepared the first volume of a projected five volume Kant-Volksausgabe (Königsberg: Kanter Verlag).  This first volume was typed before the project was abandoned.

Includes: Anthropology [Matuszewski], Physical Geography [Dohna-Wundlacken 2] [Vigilantius 1], Logic [Grünheide], Metaphysics [an-Königsberg 5]


Bianco, Bruno (2000). Immanuel Kant, Logica di Vienna (Milan: Franco Angeli), lxxxviii, 278 pp.

Translation into Italian of the an-Wien notes as published in Lehmann 1966.

Includes: Logic [an-Wien]


2002

Garelli, Gianluca, ed. and tr. (2002). Immanuel Kant: Lezioni di enciclopedia filosofica (Udine: Campanotto), xxxiv, 53 pp.

Translation into Italian of the an-Friedländer 4.1 notes.

Includes: Philosophical Encyclopedia [an-Friedländer 4.1]


2003

Petrone, Giuseppe Landolfi and Laura Balbiani, eds. (2003). Immanuel Kant, Enciclopedia filosofica: Con un'appendice sull'attività didattica di Kant, translated from the German and with introduction to the text by Laura Balbiani, introductory essay and apparatus by Giuseppe Landolfi Petroni (Milan: Bompiani), 275 pp.

Translation into Italian of the an-Friedländer 4.1 notes.

Includes: Philosophical Encyclopedia [an-Friedländer 4.1]


2004

Stark, Werner, ed. (2004a).  Immanuel Kant: Vorlesung zur Moralphilosophie, with an introduction by Manfred Kuehn (Berlin: de Gruyter), 400 pp.

Includes: Moral Philosophy [Kaehler J. F.]


2006

Zelazny, Miroslaw, ed. (2006).  Immanuel Kant, Rozprawa filozoficzna o religii i moralnosci / Philosophische Abhandlung über Religion und Moral, translated into Polish by Krzysztof Celestyn Mrongowiusz (Torun), 499 pp.

Photomechanical reprint of Mrongovius [1854], with facing German and an essay (Polish/German) by Tomasz Kups on the first edition of Kant’s lectures on religion and ethics.

Translation into Polish (and reconstruction of the original German) of: Moral Philosophy [Mrongovius 4.2], Natural Theology [Mrongovius 3]


Caimi, Mario (2006).  Immanuel Kant, Metafísica Dohna.  Translation, notes, and analytic index by Mario Caimi, and an introduction by María Jesús Vázquez Lobeiras (Salamanca: Editora Sígueme), 189 pp.

Translation into Spanish of: Metaphysics [Dohna-Wundlacken 4]


2007

Bordoni, Gianluca Sadun (2007). “Kant e il diritto natural: L'Introduzione al Naturrecht Feyerabend.” Rivista internazionale di filosofia del diritto, 84: 201-81.

Translation into Italian of: Natural Law [Feyerabend (partial)]


2009

Stark, Werner (2009).  Immanuel Kant, Vorlesungen über Physische Geographie, in collaboration with Reinhard Brandt; vol. 26, pt. 1, of Kant’s gesammelte Schriften, published by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter), lxxx, 372 pp.

Includes: Physical Geography [an-Holstein-Beck]


Pelletier, Arnauld, ed. and tr. (2009). Immanuel Kant, Abrégé de philosophie, ou leçons sur l'encyclopédie philosophique (Paris: J. Vrin), 186 pp.

Translation into French of: Philosophical Encyclopedia [an-Friedländer 4.1]


2010

Delfosse, Heinrich, Norbert Hinske, and Gianluca Sadun Bordoni, eds. (2010). Stellenindex und Konkordanz zum “Naturrecht Feyerabend” Teilband 1: Einleitung des ›Naturrechts Feyerabend‹ (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: frommann-holzboog).

Partial transcription of: Natural Law [Feyerabend (AA 27:1317-29)]


Costa Mattos, Fernando, (2010).  Immanuel Kant, Direito Natural Feyerabend. Translation by Fernando Costa Mattos, in Cadernos de Filosofia Alemã 15: 99-113.

Translation into Portuguese of: Natural Law [Feyerabend]


2012

García Mayo, Alejandro (2012).  Immanuel Kant, Antropología Collins.  Translation by Alejandro García Mayo (Madrid: Escolar y Mayo).

Translation into Spanish of: Anthropology [Collins]


Wood, Allen W., and Robert B. Louden, eds. (2012). Immanuel Kant, Lectures on Anthropology, translated by by Robert R. Clewis, Roubert B. Louden, G. Felicitas Munzel, and Allen W. Wood (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), xii, 627 pp.

Translation into English of: Anthropology [Collins 1, excerpts], [an-Parow, excerpts], [an-Friedländer 1, complete], [an-Pillau 1, excerpts], [an-Starke 1, excerpts], [Mrongovius 1, complete], [Busolt 1, excerpts]


García Gómez del Valle, José M. (2012).  Immanuel Kant, Enciclopedia filosófica.  Translation, introduction, and notes by José M. García Gómez del Valle (Girona: Palamedes).

Translation into Spanish of: Philosophical Encyclopedia [an-Friedländer 4.1]


2013

Mesterházi, Miklós, tr. and ed. (2013). Metafizikai és teológiai előadásai. [Lectures on metaphysics and theology] Translated into Hungarian by Miklós Mesterházi. Budapest: Atlantisz. [523 p.] [contents]

Partial translation into Hungarian of: Metaphysics [an-Pölitz 1] [an-Pölitz 3.2] [Mrongovius 2] [Volckmann 3] [an-Königsberg 5]


2014

Delfosse, Heinrich, Norbert Hinske, and Gianluca Sadun Bordoni, eds. (2010). Stellenindex und Konkordanz zum “Naturrecht Feyerabend” Teilband 2: Abhandlung des ›Naturrechts Feyerabend‹ (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: frommann-holzboog).

Partial transcription of: Natural Law [Feyerabend (AA 27:1329-94)]


2015

Sánchez Rodríguez, Manuel (2015).  Immanuel Kant, Lecciones de Antropología. Fragmentos de estética y antropología.  Translated and edited by Manuel Sánchez Rodríguez (Granada: Editorial Comares).

The second part of this book contains a selection from the anthropology lectures, translated into Spanish, that concern the genesis of Kant’s Critique of the Power of Judgment. The prologue, along with a detailed table of contents, is available here.

Translation into Spanish of: Anthropology, selections from [Collins 1] [an-Parow] [an-Friedländer 1] [an-Pillau 1] [an-Starke 1] [Mrongovius 1] [Busolt 1]


Silva, Fernando M. F. (2015).  Immanuel Kant, “Do Génio.” [Portuguese; “On Genius”] Translated and introduced by Fernando M. F. Silva. Estudos Kantianos 3.2: 211-32. [pdf]

Translation into Portuguese of: Anthropology: selection on genius (AA 25: 1055-66) from [an-Starke 1].


2016

Fugate, Courtney D. and John Hymers, eds. (2016).  Johann August Eberhard, Preparation for Natural Theology. With Kant’s Notes and the Rational Theology Transcript (London/Oxford/New York/New Delhi/Sidney: Bloomsbury), pp. 131-218.

Includes: Natural Theology [Mrongovius 3]


Hinske, Norbert, and Gianluca Sadun Bordoni (2016).  Immanuel Kant, Lezioni sul diritto naturale. Translated and edited by Norbert Hinske and Gianluca Sadun Bordoni (Milano: Bompiani), 303 p.

Translation into Italian of: Natural Law [Feyerabend]


Marey, Macarena and Nuria Sánchez Madrid (2016).  Immanuel Kant, “La “Introducción” a las Lecciones sobre derecho natural de Kant anotadas por Feyerabend.” [Spanish; “The “Introduction” to Kant’s Lectures on Natural Right Written Out by Feyerabend”] Translated and introduced by Macarena Marey and Nuria Sánchez Madrid. Con-Textos Kantianos 3: 391-414.

Translation into Spanish of: Natural Law [Feyerabend (Introduction)]


Silva, Fernando M. F. (2016).  Immanuel Kant, “As representações obscuras. Lições de Antropologia de Immanuel Kant.” [Portuguese; “Obscure representations. Immanuel Kant's Lectures on Anthropology”] Translated and introduced by Fernando M. F. Silva. Con-Textos Kantianos 4: 296-304.

Translation into Portuguese of: Anthropology: selections on obscure representations from [an-Friedländer 1], [an-Starke 1], [Mrongovius 1].


Rauscher, Frederick (2016).  Immanuel Kant, Lectures and Drafts on Political Philosophy. Edited by Frederick Rauscher, translated by Frederick Rauscher and Kenneth R. Westphal (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 73-180.

Translation into English of: Natural Law [Feyerabend]


2017

Jiménez, Alba. (2017).  Immanuel Kant, Lecciones de filosofía moral. Mrongovius II.  Translated and edited by Alba Jiménez (Salamanca: Sigueme).

Spanish-German bilingual edition.

Translation into Spanish of: Moral Philosophy [Mrongovius 4.2]


[List: Published Notes]