|KANT IN THE CLASSROOM Materials to aid the study of Kant’s lectures|
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Physical Description and History
We know nothing of the manuscript(s) that Friedrich Theodor Rink [bio] used in preparing his publication of the notes. Kant used textbooks by Basedow and then later by Bock; for a fuller discussion, see the Pedagogy lectures. It is entirely possible that this text does not stem, in any direct sense, from Kant’s pedagogy lectures at all. Weisskopf  is by far the most thorough study of this work, but see esp. Stark [2000d].
(1) Ms: lost.
(1) Rink  [writings]. All the editions from the following incomplete list are reprints or translations based on this publication, not on an original manuscript.
(2) Anon. [Königsberg: 1803]. A pirated edition.
(3) Vogt .
(4) Valdarnini . Translation into Italian.
(5) Barni . Translation into French.
(6) Dumesnil . Translation into Latin.
(7) Churton . Translation into English.
(8) Buchner . Translation into English.
(9) Natorp [1923; AA 9:439-99].
(10) Catalfamo . Translation into Italian.
(11) Dietrich .
(12) Philonenko . Translation into French.
(13) Zöller/Louden [2007, 437-85]. Translation by Robert Louden into English.
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