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Forschungen und Materialien zur deutschen Aufklärung (FMDA)

1982ff
Cloth-bound
German
ISBN 978-3-7728-0926-2
59 Volumes available, 31 Volumes in preparation, 1 Volume Reprint in preparation
Edited by Norbert Hinske.

Structure of the series:

Abt. I (section I): Texte zur Philosophie der deutschen Aufklärung (texts on the philosophy of German enlightenment) Abt. II (section II): Monographien zur Philosophie der deutschen Aufklärung (monographies on the philosophy of German enlightenment) Abt. III (section III): Indices zur Philosophie der deutschen Aufklärung (indices on the philosophy of German enlightenment) Whereas the path from Kant to Hegel is one of the most extensively studied epochs, the path from Wolff to Kant is largely still terra incognita. This is one of the reasons for the current, strangely unhistorical, shaky and arbitrary concept of the Enlightenment. It is the aim of this series to make a contribution to changing this research situation. Using the texts themselves, it documents the central intentions of the German philosophy of the Enlightenment, its language and its terminology. In addition, it continues the research in the form of monographs and collections of essays and aids for studying the German Enlightenment.

Reviews

Josef Bordat, Marburger Forum

Das beeindruckende Projekt ist das einzige seiner Art in Deutschland.

Josef Bordat,
Marburger Forum

Forschungen und Materialien zur deutschen Aufklärung (FMDA)


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Abteilung III: Indices zur Philosophie der deutschen Aufklärung

Edited by Norbert Hinske.
FMDA III,1-46
Ca. 61 Volumes
Cloth-bound
ISBN 978-3-7728-0929-3

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