Kant Biographien Manfred Kuehn

ISBN: 9781855069596

Published: January 15th 2002


2335 pages


Kant Biographien  by  Manfred Kuehn

Kant Biographien by Manfred Kuehn
January 15th 2002 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 2335 pages | ISBN: 9781855069596 | 10.32 Mb

This eight-volume collection will make available for the first time in one place all the relevant early sources of information concerning Immanuel Kants life. With the exception of the three standard memoirs by close friends which appeared after Kants death in 1804 - by Ludwig Ernst Borowski, Reinhold Bernhard Jachmann and Ehregott Andreas Christoph Wasianski - informative biographies of Kant have been rare and far between.

This unique collection collects those three standard biographies together with other less known and more difficult to obtain biographical sketches. Included, for example, are the Anonymous Fragmente aus Kants Leben, Ein Biographischer Versuch (1802), which was probably written by Johann Christoph Mortzfeld, the anonymous and largely critical Ausserungen uber Kant, seinen Charakter und seine Meinungen, Von einem billingen Verehrer seiner Verdienste (1804), written by Johan Daniel Matzger, a professor of anatomy at the University of Konigsberg, and the anonymous two-volume Immanuel Kants Biographie (1804), believed to have been written by Georg Samuel Albert Mellin.

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