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Kant's Latin Writings- Translations, Commentaries, and Notes

Translations, Commentaries, and Notes


Caroline H. Beck, Mary J. Gregor and Ralf Meerbote

Kant's Latin Writings, only two of which have ever been translated into English, are here translated, annotated and commented upon. They are important for the understanding of Kant's philosophy as a whole, most of which was written in German and has been translated into English.
Contents: Meditations on Fire (1755) - First Principles of Metaphysical Knowledge, also known as Nova dilucidatio (1755) - Physical Monadology (1756) - The Form and Principles of the Sensible and Intelligible World, also known as the Inaugural Dissertation (1770) - Sensory Deception and Poetic Fiction (1777) - On Philosophers' Medicine of the Body (1788).