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).