A Study in Austrian Intellectual History: From Late Baroque to Romanticism

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Selected Bibliography
The following bibliography is restricted to an enumeration of unpublished primary sources and to a limited number of important works that contribute to the knowledge of German-Austrian intellectual history in general. Consequently, neither the bibliographical material on specific problems nor most of the general background readings on various other aspects of Austrian history are included in the list. References pertaining to these important topics, including the biographies of Abraham a Sancta Clara and Joseph von Sonnenfels, will be found in the preceding bibliographical notes to the individual chapters. On the other hand, a few general histories as well as biographies are listed here. The reason for their inclusion is not to give general information on Austrian history or individual personalities, which has already been attempted in the notes supplementing the text, but solely because these works contribute to our knowledge of broad phases of intellectual history in the German-Austrian cultural orbit.The conclusion is warranted at this point that none of the works included here, however distinguished many of them are, discusses more than certain aspects -- frequently only piecemeal aspects -- of the subject. Historians of the future will still have to meet the challenging task of writing the comprehensive German- Austrian intellectual history.
I. UNPUBLISHED PRIMARY SOURCES
A. Austrian State Archives
1. HAUS-, HOF-UND STAATSARCHIV. -- Several "printing privileges" for Abraham a Sancta Clara's works between 1683 and 1695 as well as Abraham's personal petition for permission to have the tract Auf, Auf ihr Christen published in 1683 ( RHR, Impressorien, Fascicles 1, 27).

The fascicle " Sonnenfels, Miscellanea," containing an application by Joseph von Sonnenfels regarding a Kameral professor-

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