By Howard Caygill
During this new lexical survey of Kant's works, Howard Caygill provides Kantian techniques and terminology in phrases that might introduce and make clear his rules for college kids and basic readers alike.
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This conjunction of the private use of reason in the lecture theatre and the public use of reason on the printed page brings us to the two other basic categories of Kantian text, his journal publications and his books. Both categories are internally diverse. Kant wrote several sorts of journal articles and books meant for distinct geographically and socially determined audiences. Returning to the petition to the Empress Elisabeth from 1758, Kant claimed that he had published 'four treatises in the learned journal of Königsberg'.
Printing began at the end of 1780, with Kant receiving the first 29 proof sheets in April 1781. The book appeared in the Easter book fair of the same year, with Riga as the place of publication. Similar arrangements were followed with Kant's subsequent books published by Hartknoch, namely the Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysic that will be able to come forward as Science (P) of 1783, the Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals (GMM) of 1785, the Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science (MF) of 1786 and the Critique of Practical Reason (CPrR) of 1788.
Cited in full by Gulyga, 1985, pp. 345. 24. It was kept in the records of the philosophy faculty and handed over to the university library after Kant's death. The text was first published in Rosenkranz and Schubert's edition of 1839. 25. The publisherJohann Heinrich Hartung was also a bookseller whose son (who took over the business) was the brother-in-law of Kant's biographer Borowski. Kant mainly published works intended for an academic public with the Hartungs, publishing the two early dissertations and the last of the Programmata, On the Different Human Races, in 1775.