Founded by Rudolph Malter
Edited by Margit Ruffling
1999. XVIII, 976 Seiten. Ln EUR 124.–
The international Kant-bibliography should be useful to all those generally interested in cultural and the history of philosophy but is primarily directed at Kant researchers. It was created out of the 30 years of bibliographical activities of Kant researcher Rudolph Malter, who, as founder of the Kant research center at the Johannes Gutenberg- Universität Mainz, planed to publish a multi-band Kant bibliography 1749ff. It consists of a completed, retrospective primary bibliography that, through detailed examination, attempts to complete documentation of all editions of Kant works (including translations) as well as related literature both independent and not.
The first band of the bibliography, completed by the employees of the Kant research center with the supported by Gerhard Funke and the Mainzer Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, refers to the time period between 1945 and 1990, and documents in chronological order Kant literature of all varieties, from all countries, and from all authors. The corresponding index enables detailed access to the more than 12,000 titles.
A continuation of the Kant bibliography is planned.