Translations

Translation Projects

Background Sources to Kant’s Practical Philosophy.

I am currently engaged in a book-length translation project of various background source materials helpful for understanding Kant’s practical philosophy. With the help of a generous grant from the Frederick M. Barnard Trust, I am translating approximately 250 pages of reviews, selections from books, short articles, and lecture notes by authors such as Christian August Crusius, Christian Garve, J.G. Herder, H.A. Pistorius, August Wilhelm Rehberg, Christian Wolff, and others.

For a more detailed description of the project, see here: Walschots – Background Sources to Kant’s Practical Philosophy

See here for a sample translation of Pistorius’ review of the Groundwork.

Published Translations

Klemme, Heiner. ‘How is Moral Obligation Possible? Kant’s “Principle of Autonomy” in Context’. In The Emergence of Autonomy in Kant’s Moral Theory. Edited by Stefano Bacin and Oliver Sensen. Cambridge University Press. (forthcoming)

Klemme, Heiner. ‘Kant’s Critique of Practical Reason’ in The Cambridge Kant Lexicon. Edited by Julian Wuerth. Cambridge University Press. (forthcoming)

Recki, Birgit. ‘Mixtum compositum: On the Persistence of Kantian Dualism and its Consequences.’ Kant on the Highest Good. Ed. Thomas Höwing. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015. (forthcoming)

Klemme, Heiner. ‘Knowing, Feeling, Desiring – Self-Possession. Reflections on the Connection between the Faculties in Kant’s Doctrine of the Categorical Imperative.’ in Kant’s Lectures Ed. Bernd Dörflinger, Claudio La Rocca, Robert Louden, and Ubiraja Rancan de Azevedo-Marques. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015, pg. 143 – 161.

Kuhlmann, Wolfgang. ‘A Plea for Transcendental Philosophy.’ in Pragmatism, Kant, and Transcendental Philosophy. Ed. Gabriele Gava, Robert Stern. Routledge, 2015. (forthcoming)

Lumer, Christoph. ‘Three Types of Philosophical Theories.’ in Analisi. Annuario e Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Filosofia Analitica (SIFA). Udine: Mimesis, 2011, pg. 45-75.

 

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