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The following bibliography of Kant’s writings is ordered chronologically by date of publication, except for eight posthumously published writings, which are ordered by their presumed date of composition: On Fire (1755), Sensory Illusion (1777), Kraus Review (1788), Philosopher’s Medicine (1788?), First Introduction (1789; to the Kritik der Urteilskraft), Schultz Review (1790), Progress in Metaphysics (1793), and the Opus postumum.  Of these eight texts, two could be considered as finished texts (On Fire and First Introduction).  NB: Published lecture notes (other than the four approved by Kant) are not included on this page; they are listed on their own page.

Individual writings can also be located using an alphabetized index that includes variant English titles.  [See index organized by decade]

1749

Living Forces

1754

Rotation of Earth

Age of the Earth

1755

Universal Natural History

On Fire

New Elucidation

1756

Earthquakes 1

Earthquakes 2

Earthquakes 3

Physical Monadology

Theory of Winds

1757

West Winds

1758

Motion and Rest

1759

Optimism

1760

Funk

1762

False Subtlety

1763

Only Possible Argument

Neg. Magnitudes

1764

Beautiful/Sublime

Adventurer Komarnicki

Maladies of the Head

Rev. of Silberschlag

Prize Essay

1765

Announcement

1766

Dreams of a Spirit-Seer

1768

Directions in Space

1770

Inaugural Dissertation

1771

Rev. of Moscati

1775

Races of Human Beings

1776-77

Philanthropinum

1777

Sensory Illusion

1781

Critique of Pure Reason

1782

Lambert’s Letters

Note to Physicians

1783

Prolegomena

Rev. of Schulz

1784

Universal History

Enlightenment

1785

Rev. of Herder 1-3

Groundwork

Volcanoes

Counterfeiting Books

Concept of Race

1786

Conjectural Beginning

Metaphysical Foundations

Rev. of Hufeland

Orientation

Remarks on Jakob

1787

Critique Pure Reason (B-ed)

1788

Critique of Practical Reason

Teleological Princ.

Philosopher’s Medicine

Kraus Review

1789

First Introduction (KU)

1790

Critique of Judgment

Fanaticism

On a Discovery

Schultz Review

Illegitimate Edition

1791

Theodicy

1792

Radical Evil

Fichte

1793

Religion

Bookdealers

Progress in Metaphysics

Theory/Practice

1794

Influence of the Moon

End of All Things

1795

Perpetual Peace

1796

New Tone

Soemmerring

Mathematical Dispute

New Treaty

1797

Metaphysics of Morals

On Hippel

Against Schlettwein

Right to Lie

1798

Making Books

Power of Mind

ExplanatoryNotes

Conflict/Faculties

Anthropology

1799

Against Fichte

1800

Jachmann Preface

Mielcke Afterword

Logic

1801

Against Vollmer

1802

Physical Geography

1803

On Pedagogy



Opus Postumum

Bibliographical Entries:  The original title is given, followed by its first publication and where it is reprinted in the Academy Edition (AA) of Kant’s writings (these page numbers include just the text, omitting introductory title pages and other blank pages).  This is followed by a standard translation of the title into English, and one or more published translations of the text itself into English, if one is readily available.

In preparing this list, I have benefitted at several points from the corresponding list of publications prepared by Werner Stark at Immanuel Kant: Information Online (but no longer online), as well as Borowski [1804, 44-83], Adickes [1970], and Warda [1919].  A complete list of English translations of Kant’s writings (up until 1994) is available on Stephen Palmquist’s website.

Copyright ©2006 Steve Naragon (Manchester University)
Last modified: 7 Jan 2014
Please send comments and questions to: ssnaragon@manchester.edu