By Howard Caygill
During this new lexical survey of Kant's works, Howard Caygill offers Kantian options and terminology in phrases that might introduce and make clear his rules for college students and normal readers alike.
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In the petition to Empress Elisabeth Kant mentions 'three other philosophical tracts which give some sense of my research'. The first of these, Thoughts on the True Estimation of Living Forces, was published over several years (17479) at Kant's own expense with the support of a relative, a shoemaker called Richter: it accordingly bears only the name of the printer Martin Eberhard Dorn - and not that of a publisher. html [26-06-2009 16:05:23] page_24 < previous page page_24 next page > Page 24 hardly any impact on the public.
With the despatch of the first part of the manuscript on 21 January 1790 Kant stated that the 'first and most important condition' was that the work be published in time for the Leipzig Easter book fair. The rest of the manuscript followed in early March, quickly followed by the Preface and Introduction which, with minimal correction, were published on time. However, following this episode with de la Garde, Kant returned to his more accustomed relationship with a publisher, this time with the Königsberg publisher Friedrich Nicolovius (17681836), with whom he remained for the rest of his life.
Kant's knowledge of English and Scottish philosophers such as Locke, Hume, Hutcheson, Kames, Burke and Smith is widely appreciated; less well known is his taste for English literature, especially Samuel Butler's Hudibras and Henry Fielding's Tom Jones; see Malter, 1990, p. 73. 11. See Stavenhagen, 1949, pp. 810. The often underestimated dynamic and cosmopolitan character of Königsberg was beautifully expressed by Kant himself in a footnote to the Introduction to A: 'A large city like Königsberg on the river Pregel, the capital of a state, where the representative National Assembly of the government resides, a city with a university (for the cultivation of the sciences), a city also favoured by its location for maritime commerce, and which, by way of rivers, has the advantages of commerce with the interior of the country as well as with neighbouring countries of different languages and customs, can well be taken as an appropriate place for enlarging one's knowledge of people as well as of the world at large, where such knowledge can be acquired even without travel' (p.
A Kant Dictionary by Howard Caygill