By Howard Caygill
During this new lexical survey of Kant's works, Howard Caygill provides Kantian options and terminology in phrases that would introduce and make clear his principles for college students and normal readers alike.
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He observes that 'He has gone into partnership with his former employee, Mr Hartknoch, who managed his affairs in Riga till now. . '. 54 A near contemporary of Kanter, Hartknoch managed the expansion of Kanter's bookshop first into Mitau (1763) and then into Riga (1764), moving a year later into partnership with, and then independence from Kanter. Hartknoch studied theology at Königsberg University and was one of Kant's students. His enterprise was more efficiently organized, better focused and more ambitious than Kanter's, as is evident not only from the range and quality of authors he published (Hamann and Herder as well as Kant)55 but also from his mastery of the international production and distribution of books.
17. , p. 11. html (1 of 2) [26-06-2009 16:05:34] page_30 18. html (2 of 2) [26-06-2009 16:05:34] page_31 < previous page page_31 next page > Page 31 the basics of history, geography and letter-writing. For the full text of the regulation, see Vorländer, 1911, p. 15. 19. As suggested in Gulyga, 1985, p. 11. 20. Erdmann's 1876 book on Knutzen, despite its age, is still useful for its description of the conditions at the University at Königsberg during the first half of the eighteenth century. 21.
39. Gulyga, 1985, p. 59. 40. In the case of logic, for example, we possess transcripts of Kant's lecture series from three decades: from the early 1770s (the 'Blomberg Logic', named after an earlier owner of the transcript, and the 'Philippi Logic'); from the 1780s ('Vienna', 'Heschel' and 'Pö1itz' Logics); and from 1792 (the 'Dohna-Wundlacken Logic'). 41. The complex editorial procedures followed by these editors is still imperfectly understood. M. Young's introduction to his 1992 translation of Kant's Lectures on Logic, esp.