Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism

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I have attempted to keep as close to the original transcription as is compatible with reasonably idiomatic English. This has most often meant some modifying of sentence structures, and on other occasions altering as well the structures of paragraphs: in several instances, I rearranged paragraph order and their punctuation. My aim throughout has been to serve the interests of the reader, who cannot benefit from inflections of speech as did the original auditors.

To elucidate satisfactorily the range and subtlety of Henrich's argument, I have provided a good deal more in the way of scholarly aid than many English readers are accustomed to find. The footnotes throughout the volume were not originally included in the lectures; I have consulted with Henrich throughout their preparation, but the final responsibility for them rests solely with me.

Despite my best efforts, and all of those who have helped me, mistakes doubtless have remained undetected. Although I take solace in the counsel from no less a forger of the contemporary standards of historical scholarship than Spinoza—"nullus liber unquam sine mendis repertus est"—I shall nonetheless be grateful to those who, upon discovering errors, will report them to me.


Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814)

ANPW An Attempt at a New Presentation of the Wissenschaftslehre. In Introductions to the Wissenschaftslehre and Other Writings. Edited and translated Daniel Breazeale. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 1994, pp. 1-118.

AR "Review of Aenesidemus!' Translated Daniel Breazeale. In EPW, pp. 59-77.

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