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FICHTEANA
An Occasional Newsletter of the North American Fichte Society

No. 18 March 2011


A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR AND (DESKTOP) PUBLISHER
Dear friends and colleagues,
It has now been nearly two years since the appearance of Fichteana no. 17. During this period Fichte scholarship has continued to thrive around the world, as is evidenced by the many events and publications recorded below. The conferences that occurred during this period included the Seventh Congress of the International Fichte Association, which was held in Belgium, and the Tenth Meeting of the North American Fichte Society, which was held in Lisbon.

Two new volumes of the Bavarian Academy Critical Edition of Fichte’s writings have appeared during this period, as well as a new English translation, editied byYolanda Estes and Curtis Bowman, of the chief texts involved in the so-called "Atheism Controversy" of 1798-99 and a welcome reissue of Garrett Green's translation of the Attempt at a Critique of all Revelation, with a new Introduction by Allen Wood.

Several new issues of Fichte-Studien have also appeared during the past two years, along with several other yearbooks and special issues of journals devoted to Fichte. Two volumes containing proceedings of past meetings of the North American Ficthe Society – the Vienna meeting on "Fichte and the Phenomenological Tradition" and the Philadelphia meeting on "Fichte, German Idealism, and Early Romanticism" -- were also published within this period.

Further information on past and future conferences and events, as well as more information on new monographs and published articles, may be found in the sections of this newsletter devoted to the same. This issue also contains calls for papers for upcoming meetings: Including the eleventh biennial meeting of the North American Fichte Society, which will be held next May in Québec City, Canada.. This issue also contains reports on conferences and scholarly colloquia hold over the past two years.

Though this is (once again) the largest issue of Fichteana yet, it is surely less than complete, and the editor welcomes additions, supplements, and corrections, which will be noted in future issues of this newsletter. As always, information concerning things Fichtean, as well as suggestions, corrections, comments, and criticisms regarding the content and format of this newsletter are very welcome. Detailed information concerning recent and forthcoming publications and conferences -- and, if possible, copies of the former -- are cordially solicited, as is information regarding recent dissertations on Fichte.

The editor would like to express his sincere thanks to Wayne Martin, David W. Wood, Erich Fuchs, Marco Ivaldo, Norman Sieroka, Hitoshi Minobe, Masahiro Yamaguchi, and Jean-Christophe Goddard for their valuable contributions to this issue of Fichteana.


Daniel Breazeale Department of Philosophy

Editor and (Desktop) Publisher University of Kentucky

breazeal@uky.edu Lexington, KY 40506 USA

phone: 859 257 4376 and 859 252 5048 fax: 859 257 3285



THE NORTH AMERICAN FICHTE SOCIETY
The North American Fichte Society (NAFS) was founded -- or "posited" -- in 1991 by Daniel Breazeale and Tom Rockmore, who continue to serve as Co-Positors of the same. To date, the activity of the North American Fichte Society has been limited to sponsoring biennial conferences and editing and arranging for the publication of the selected proceedings of the same. Our inaugural conference was held in the spring of 1991 on the campus of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh; the second was held in the spring of 1993 on the campus of the University of Denver; the third was held in the spring of 1995 at Shaker Village in Pleasant Hill, Kentucky; the fourth was held in the spring of 1997 on the campus of Marquette University in Milwaukee; the fifth was held in May 1999 in Montréal, Québec, and the sixth was held in March of 2001 in Del Mar/La Jolla, California. The seventh conference was held in the spring of 2004 on the campus of St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. The eighth was held in March 2006 in Vienna, Austria; the ninth was held in March 2008 on the campus of DePaul University in Chicago; the tenth was held in Lisbon, Portugal in April of 2010, and the eleventh will be held in Quebec, Canada in May of 2012. (For further information see the “call for papers” below.

There are neither dues nor special membership requirements for the North American Fichte Society. Anyone with an interest in any aspect of the philosophy of J. G. Fichte is welcome and encouraged to join. For further information, contact either Daniel Breazeale (at the above address) or Tom Rockmore, Department of Philosophy, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA 15282 .



PREVIOUS AND FORTHCOMING

PUBLICATIONS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN FICHTE SOCIETY
The selected proceedings of the Duquesne conference were published in 1994 by Humanities Press under the title Fichte: Historical Contexts/Contemporary Controversies and are currently available from Humanity Books. The selected proceedings of the Denver conference were published by Humanities Press in 1996 under the title New Perspectives on Fichte and are currently available from Humanity Books. The selected proceedings of the Shakertown conference, New Studies in Fichte's Foundation of the Entire Doctrine of Scientific Knowledge were published in 2001 by Humanity Books. The selected proceedings of the Milwaukee conference, New Essays on Fichte's Later Jena Wissenschaftslehre (1795-1799) were published in 2002 by Northwestern University Press. The selected proceedings of the San Diego/Del Mar conference are available from Ashgate Publishing Co. under the title Rights, Bodies and Recognition: New Essays on Fichte's Foundations of Natural Right. The selected proceedings of the Montréal conference have been published by Northwestern University Press under the title After Jena: New Essays on Fichte's Later Philosophy. The proceedings of the Chicago conference, devoted to Fichte’s System of Ethics, were published in a special double issue of the journal Philosophy Today. The selected proceedings of the Vienna conference was recently published by de Gruyter under the title Fichte and the Phenomenological Tradition, and those of the Philadelphia conference by Rodopi under the title Fichte, German Idealism, and Early Idealism. (For details concerning these last two titles, see below.)

INTERNATIONALE JOHANN-GOTTLIEB-FICHTE-GESELLSCHAFT
The Internationale Johann-Gottlieb-Fichte-Gesellschaft (IFG) was founded in December of 1987 in the Federal Republic of Germany "in partnership with the Japanese Fichte Society." The current board of directors (elected at the 2009 Fichte Congress in Brussels) are Jean-Christophe Goddard (President), Christoph Asmuth (Secretary), Christoph Binkelmann (Treasurer), Carla de Pascale, Jacinto Rivera de Rosales. The IFG sponsors frequent meetings and conferences in Germany and other European countries (see below), as well as an International Fichte Congress every third year. The next such congress will be held in Brussels in the fall of 2009. (See Call for Papers, below.) The IFG also publishes the journal Fichte-Studien, plus a series of supplemental monographs (Fichte-Studien, Supplementa). Annual membership dues are 30 € (15 € for students). Dues can by paid by Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard to the treasurer.

For further information on membership, see the appropriate portion of the IFG website: http://www.europhilosophie.eu/recherche/spip.php?rubrique189 This same website contains a wealth of further information on Fichte-related events around the world, including links to other Fichte sites and associations. The next Congress of the I.F.G. will be held in Bologna, Italy in the fall of 2012.


FICHTE-STUDIEN
Fichte-Studien. Beiträge zur Geschichte und Systematik der Transzendentalphilosophie is an irregularly appearing publication founded in 1990 by the Internationale Fichte-Gesellschaft. For information concerning individual and institutional subscriptions, as well as information concerning other Fichte titles by the same publisher, see the publisher’s website: http://www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?SerieId=FICHTE. Members of the IFG (see above) can purchase subscriptions as well as volumes in the Fichte Studien Supplementa series for a fifty percent rebate.

INTERNATIONAL FICHTE SOCIETIES AND WEB SITES DEVOTED TO FICHTE STUDIES
The North American Fichte Society maintains the first web site devoted entirely to Fichte. This site is designed and administered by Garth Green (Boston University) and includes, among other things, all back issues of "Fichteana," as well as the current issue. http://digilib.bu.edu/nafs/
The International Johann Gottlieb Fichte Society [IFG] maintains a useful website devoted to Fichte and Fichte research: http://www.europhilosophie.eu/recherche/spip.php?rubrique189
Fichte News (IFG) http://www.fichte-news.org
The University of Munich Philosophy Department and the Fichte Commission of the Bavarian Academy of the Sciences have jointly established an on-line “Fichte Forum.” which includes a wealth of information: http://www.lrz.de/~Fichte-Forum/
The Fichte Commission of the Bavarian Academy of the Sciences maintains a website (in German and English) with information regarding its research and publication projects, including the new critical edition of Fichte’s writings. http://www.fichte.badw.de/
For Italian Fichte studies (and general news on current Fichte research), see the site of the Rete Italiana della Ricerca su Fichte: http://www.fichte-news.org/index.php?page=/nnc/home
For French Fichte studies, see the site of the Groupe d'Etudes Fichtéennes en Langue Française: [GEFLF]: http://www.europhilosophie.eu/recherche/spip.php?rubrique20
For Spanish and Portuguese Fichte studies, see the site of the Rede Ibérica de Estudos Sobre Fichte/ Rede Ibérica de Estudos sobre Fichte:

http://pwp.netcabo.pt/0221627501/fichte/index.htm.
For Fichte studies in South America see the site of the recently established Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios sobre Fichte [ALEF]: http://alef-esp.blogspot.com/
For Japanese Fichte studies, see the site of the Japanese Fichte Society: http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/fichte/
"Fichte Online": "Nouvelle collection en libre accès des travaux de recherche sur la philosophie de J.G. Fichte"

"La série Fichte Online publie en libre accès des travaux de recherches sur la philosophie de Johann Gottlieb Fichte. Elle est une initiative du Groupe d’Etudes Fichtéennes de Langue Française et du Rete Italiana della Ricerca su Fichte. Elle est placée sous la responsabilité de Jean-Christophe Goddard (Université de Toulouse II), Marco Ivaldo (Université de Naples) et Marc Maesschalck (Université Catholique de Louvain). La série ' Fichte Online' se veut un organe de diffusion et de promotion de la recherche fichtéenne en cours et accueille des ouvrages individuels ou collectifs rédigés dans toutes les langues dans lesquelles cette recherche s’exerce à travers le monde. Elle publie des ouvrages inédits comme des ouvrages parus chez des éditeurs traditionnels (avec l’accord de ces éditeurs) afin d’assurer la plus grande publicité aux travaux des chercheurs. Elle veut contribuer à la formation d’une communauté mondiale de recherches scientifiques sur l’œuvre de JG. Fichte et soutien la politique de développement et de fédération des réseaux de recherches fichtéens entreprise par la Société Internationale J.G. Fichte."



ANNOUNCEMENTS OF FORTHCOMING CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA AND CALLS FOR PAPERS

Fichte and the Methods of Transcendental Philosophy

Eleventh Biennial Meeting of the North American Fichte Society
May 16-19, 2012 Laval University, Québec, Canada

The Eleventh Biennial Meeting of the North American Fichte Society will be held at the Université Laval in Québec city, Canada, from Wednesday May 16 through Saturday May 20, 2012. Local arrangements will be coordinated by Professor Luc Langlois (Université Laval) and Claude Piché (Université de Montréal).

The conference will be entirely devoted to exploring questions of transcendental method and methodology as these apply to Fichte's Wissenschaftslehre. Historical, comparative, and systematic approaches to this theme are all welcome.

As is the practice of the North American Fichte Society, this event is open to all interested Fichte scholars, both in North America and elsewhere. The official languages of this conference will be English and French. Please send paper proposals, including titles and brief descriptions of contents to Daniel Breazeale, Department of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40508 USA <breazeal@uky.edu> no later than September 1, 2011.

Conference papers should have a maximum reading time of 30 minutes. As in the past, we intend to publish a volume of selected papers from this conference. Though it may not prove possible to publish all of the conference papers, we nevertheless request that anyone presenting a paper formally grant the North American Fichte Society the "right of first refusal" for the publication of the same.

Please note that no funds will be available from the conference orgnizers to support either travel costs or living expenses of the participants. However, an official "letter of invitation" for the purposes of obtaining travel support from one's own institution, can easily be arranged. Further details concerning lodging, program, etc. will be forthcoming at a later date.


X Seminario : "Ancora sull’appercezione trascendentale. Kant e Fichte."
May 20, 2011  Bologna

Program: Introduzione di Stefano Bacin (Kritik der reinen Vernunft, §§ 16-19, §§ 24-25 e B 399-406.);  Introduzione di Claudio Cesa (Zweite Einleitung in die Wissenschaftslehre, §§ 6, 7 ; Wissenschaftslehre nova methodo, Kollegnachschrift Krause, §§ 7, 8); Introduzione di Alessandro Bertinetto (WL 1811, lezioni 14-18, in GA 196-220 (ed. it. Rametta, Guerini, pp.169-198) ; WL 1812, capitolo III, sezione II, in SW X, pp. 397-400 ; WL 1813, in SW X, pp. 15, 24, 42-48, 66 ; Logik II : ed. it. Bertinetto, Guerini, p. 99 (ed. Meiner, p. 17) ; lezioni 8-9 : ed. it. pp. 159-177 (Meiner, pp. 63-78); ed it. pp. 263-275 (Meiner, pp. 142-150) ; ed. it. p. 291 (Meiner, p.162) ; Diarium 1813-1814, in Ultima Inquirenda, Frommann-Holzboog, pp. 138-157, 195, 199, 226, 235, 264-273, 388-393 ; Die Tatsachen des Bewusstseins 1811 in Die späten wissenschaftlichen Vorlesungen, Frommann-Holzboog, vol II, pp. 314-323 e 366-373 ; Die Tatsachen des Bewusstseins 1813 in SW IX, pp. 485, e 431-551 (conferenze XVI-XVII).




Primeiro Congresso Latinoamericano sobre o pensamento de J.G. Fichte
November 7-10, 2011 Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG), Goiânia - GO, Brasil.

Coordinación: Thiago S. Santoro y Emiliano Acosta/ Contact: alef.fichte@gmail.com




Eighth Congress of the International Fichte Society

Fall 2012 Bologna

The theme of this conference, which will be locally organized by Carla de Pascale will be either "Sensibility, Embodiment, and Affectivity" or "Fichte and the Romantics."



RECENT CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA
"J.G. Fichte: Herkunft aus Ausstrahlung seines Denkens"

Symposion zum offiziellen Abschluss der J. G. Fichte-Gesamtausgabe der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

March 5-6, 2009 Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, München:

A festive celebration of the impending completion of the monumental edition of Fichte's works published by the Bavarian Academy of the Sciences, with musical interludes by the Henschel Quartet and presentations by Reinhard Brandt, Claudio Cesa, Erich Fuchs, Ludwig Siep, Jürgen Stolzenberg.
"'Natur' in der Transzendentalphilosophie"

Fichte – Tagung anlässlich des Geburtstags von Johann Gottlieb Fichte

und zum Gedenken an Reinhard Lauth

May 14-17, 2009 Rammenau

Organized by Helmut Girndt.
"Fatte della coscienza, psiciologia, fenomenologia"

VIII Seminario della Retete italiana per la ricorca su Fichte:

May 29, 2009 Universitá degli studi di Bologna

Presentations by Faustino Fabbianelli, "Trascendentalismo, psicologia e psicologismo" and Matteo V. D’Alfonso, "Analisi e genesi della percezione. La prospettiva antipsicologica dei Fatti della coscienza."


Fichte/Schelling. Der Idealismus in der Diskussion
Seventh Congress of the International J. G. Fichte Society (IFG)

October 6-9, 2009 Academy of Sciences, Brussels

Organized by the IFG in cooperation with the Internationale Schelling Gesellschaft, this International Congress featured 80 speakers from many different countries. For a complete program of the congress see the conference website:

http://www.europhilosophie.eu/recherche/IMG/pdf/Programme_def_2_octobre.pdf
"Interpreting Fichte's Bestimmung des Menschen"

Tenth Bienniel Meeting of the North American Fichte Society (NAFS)

April 27-30, 2010 Fundação Luso-Americana, Lisbon

Organized by Mário Jorge de Almeida Carvalho and the North American Fichte Society. Participants included: Günter Zöller, "'An Other and Better World". Fichte's Vocation of Man as a Theologico-Political Treatise"; Arnold Farr, “The Vocation of Postmodern Man: Why Fichte Now? Again!”; Michael Steinberg, "Knowledge teaches us nothing: The Vocation of Man as an Initiatory Text"; Wayne Martin, "The Paradox of Judgement and the Vocation of Man"; David W. Wood, "Fichte's Concept of Mathematical Infinity in the Bestimmung des Menschen"; Yolanda Estes, "In the Light of Infinite Reason"; Mário Jorge de Almeida Carvalho,“'Interest”: a much Forgotten Protagonist in Fichte’s Bestimmung des Menschen"; Kienhow Goh, "Intersubjectivity and Fichte's Conception of the Pure Will in the Vocation of Man"; Jane Dryden, "Evil and Moral Responsibility in the Vocation of Man"; Jeffery Kinlaw, “Self-Consciousness and Human Action in the Vocation of Man”; Eyüp Ali Kilicaslan, "Fichte's Die Bestimmung des Menschen and Schelling's Bruno"; Michael Vater, "The Canvas of Experience, Exhibited in Metaphysical Frames: Fichte’s The Human Vocation and Schelling’s System of Transcendental Idealism"; Angelica Nuzzo, "Determination, Determinability, and Freedom in Fichte's Bestimmung des Menschen"; Marco Ivaldo, “Faith and Knowledge and The Vocation of Man: A Comparison between Hegel and Fichte"; Steven Hoeltzel, "Transcendental Theory, Abductive Inference, and Fichtean 'Faith'"; Dietmar Heidemann, "Fichte's Dilemma in the Vocation of Man"; Daniel Breazeale, "Jumping the Shark: A Critical Examination of Book Three of The Vocation of Man"; Benjamin D. Crowe, "Fichte's Philosophical Bildungsroman"; Elizabeth Millán, "Bestimmung as Bildung: On Reading Fichte’s Vocation of Man as a Bildungsroman"; Violetta Waibel, "'There is in ature an original thinking power, just as there is an original formative power': On a Claim from Book One of Die Bestimmung des Menschen"; Vladimir Zeman, "The Problem of the Relation of Knowledge and Faith in Fichte as a Form of the Problem of Cognitive Skepticism as it Arises in later Kantians such as Vaihinger"; Tom Rockmore, "Epistemology in Fichte's View at the Level of the Bestimmung des Menschen in relation to earlier Writings."


"Skeptizismus und Philosophie Kant – Fichte – Hegel"
May 28-30, 2010 Barockschloss Rammenau

Organized byElena Ficara and Jürgen Stolzenberg.



IX Seminario : "Fichte e la scienza del diritto natural"

Septemer 17,2010 Bologna

Presentations by Marco Rampazzo Bazzan, "Fichte e il diritto naturale. Dall’adesione e confronto al progressivo distanziamento dalle tesi di Anton Schmalz" and Giuseppe Duso. "Fichte e il diritto naturale in una prospettiva storico-concettuale."


Colloque Fichte: "La Doctrine de la science de 1813."

 October 8-9, 2010 Université de Provence

Organized by the departments of philosophy and history of the Université de Provence. Speakers and topics included: Mário Jorge de Almeida Carvalho, "Sein und Verstandensein de l’image"; Alessandro Bertinetto, "Die absolute Kraft des Bildens"; Marco Ivaldo, "L’‘image imageante’ : Sur la doctrine de l’image chez le dernier Fichte"; Jean-Christophe Goddard, "Qu'est-ce qu'une doctrine de la science. La doctrine de la science de 1813"; M. Jiménez,"Une image au-delà de l´existence"; Jacinto Rivera de Rosales, "L'être du monde"; Alexander Schnell, "Savoir, conscience, image dans la WL 1813"; Charles Theret, "L'objet sans objet"; and Max Marcuzzi, "Nous, la Doctrine de la science."
Jornadas Filosóficas: "Fichte y la Doctrina de la Ciencia nova methodo."

November 4-6, 2010 UNED. Edificio Humanidades, Madrid

Participants, each of who addressed a particular portion of the Wissenschaftslehre nova methodo, included:Salvi Turró(1. u 2. Einleitung), Jacinto Rivera de Rosales (§§ 1-2), Manuel Jiménez Redondo (§§ 3-4), Ana Carrasco (§§ 5-6), Ramón Coletas (§§ 6-7), Edgar Maraguat (§ 8), Mário J. de Carvalho (§ 9), Vicente Serrano (§§ 10-12), Mariano Gaudio (§ 13), Manuel Ramos (§ 14), Emiliano Acosta (§§ 15-16), Carlos Morujão (§ 17, 1. Halbhälfte), Óscar Cubo (§ 17, 2. Halbhälfte), Thiago Santoro (§§ 17-18), Diogo Ferrer (§ 19), Jimena Solé (1ª Introducción), and Belén Ciancio (2ª Introducción).


"La filosofia trascendentale di J. G. Fichte tra indagine storica e prospettive teoriche"

November 5-6, 2010 Dipartimento di Filosofia “A. Alliotta” dell’Università degli Studi

di Napoli “Federico II”. Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici

Presentations by Marco Bazzan, "Per una lettura materialista di Fichte"; Giovanni Cogliandro (Roma): Invito e genesi della comunità: la prospettiva della dottrina morale"; Luca Fonnesu, "Il soggetto riflessivo"; Antonio Carrano, "L'insegnamento popolare' di Fichte"; Stefano Bacin, "Questioni della dottrina dei doveri nell'etica di Fichte"; Carla De Pascale, "Fichte tra Kant e Hegel"; Daniela Tafani (Carmignano): Il concetto di diritto in Fichte e i suoi contemporanei"; Tristana Dini, "Il posto di Fichte nella visione jacobiana della storia della filosofia"; Simone Furlani, "La critica hegeliana alla dottrina della scienza e l'anti-idealismo di Fichte."


"Fichte predigt. Zur homiletischen genese der Wissenschaftslehre"

November 19-20, 2010 Augustana Hochschule, Neuendettelsau

Organized by P. Oesterreich and M. Mülke, with the co-operation of Helmut Traub.


"Ich und der Andere -- Fichte und Sartre über die Freiheit"

March 18-19, 2012 Universität Wien

Organized by Violetta Waibel and Peter Kampits. Presentations by Peter Kampits, "Ist Freiheit eine Illusion? Sartre, Fichte und die Hirnforschung"; Thomas R. Flynn, "The problem of free interaction (Wechselwirkung durch Freiheit) in Fichte and Sartre: Vincent von Wroblewsky, "Freiheit in Situation – ein Paradoxon?"; Daniel Breazeale, "Sartre on Fichte on Free (Authentic, Moral) Choice"; Tom Rockmore, "Fichte, Sartre and Cartesian Freedom"; Robert Williams, "There is No We: Recognition as Alienation in Fichte and Sartre"; Hans Bernhard Schmid, "'Fichtes ursprüngliche Einsicht' und Sartres Subjekt-Wir"; Helma Riefenthaler, "Ich ist ein/e andere/r"; Jure Zovko, "Vom Selbstverhältnis zum Selbstbewusstsein. Überlegungen zu Sartre und Fichte"; Violetta L. Waibel, "Der Blick auf den Anderen: zwei Modelle – Fichte und Sartre."



RECENT AND ANNOUNCED PUBLICATIONS
I. Text Editions
For the most up-to-date information (in German and English) concerning the ongoing Critical Edition of Fichte's writings, see the website of the Fichte Commission of the Bavarian Academy of the Sciences, www.fichte.badw.de.
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb. Gesamtausgabe der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, ed. Reinhard Lauth†, Hans Gliwitzky†, Erich Fuchs, and Peter K. Schneider. Band III, 16, Nachgelassene Schriften 1813, ed Erich Fuchs, Hans Georg von Manz, Ives Radrizzani, Peter K. Schneider, and Günter Zöller, with the assistance of Alessandro Bertinetto, Simone Furlani, and Martin Siegel Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 2011. ix + 416 pp. Cloth, € 291. ISBN: 978-3-7728-2335-0. Contents: "[Die Staatslehre, oder über das Verhältniß des Urstaates zum Vernunftreiche]," pp. 1- 177; "Anhang zum Staatslehre," pp. 178-204; "[Diarium II] d/ 18. August. In den Ferien," pp. 205-50; "[Beurteilung studentischer Aufsätze]," pp. 251-57; "Tagebuch über den Magnetismus," pp. 259-364.

Fichte, Johann Gottlieb. Gesamtausgabe der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, ed. Reinhard Lauth†, Hans Gliwitzky†, Erich Fuchs, and Peter K. Schneider. Band IV, 6, Kollegnachschriften 1812 - 1814, ed Erich Fuchs, Hans Georg von Manz, Ives Radrizzani, Peter K. Schneider, Martin Siegel, and Günter Zöller, with the assistance of Matteo V. D’Alfonso, Faustino Fabibianelli, Antonie Magen, and David W. Wood. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 2010. ix + 575 pp. Cloth, € 291. ISBN: 978-3-7728-2176-9.



Contents: "Rechtslehre 1812. [Nachschrift Halle]," pp. 1-70; "Sittenlehre 1812. [Nachschrift Halle]," pp. 71-149; "Die Thatsachen des Bewußtseyns 1813. [Nachshrift Lisco]," pp. 151-265; "Wissenschaftslehre 1813. [Nachschrift Halle]," pp. 267-316; "Darstellung des Christenthums. [Nachscrift Halle]," pp. 317-49; "Einleitung in die Wissenschaftslehre. [Nachscrift Halle]," pp. 351-472; "Wissenschaftslehre 1814. [Nachscrift Halle]," pp. 473-510.
II. New English Translations
J. G. Fichte and the Atheism Dispute. Edited by Yolanda Estes and Curtis Bowman with translation by Curtis Bowman and commentary by Yolanda Estes. Farnham, Surrey and Burling, VT: Ashgate Publishing Co., 2011. xvii + 297. Cloth, $ . ISBN: 9780754636885,

Contents: Fichte, "On the Ground of Our Belief in a Divine World-Governance," pp. 17-19; Forberg, "Development of the Concept of Religion," pp. 31-47; G, "A Father's Letter to his Student Son about Fichte's and Forberg's Atheism," pp. 49-75; Friederich August, "Saxon Letter of Requisition to the Weimar Court" and Karl August, "Weimar Rescript to the University of Jena," pp. 77-84; Fichte, "Appeal to the Public," pp. 85-125; Reinhold, "Letter to Fichte," pp. 127-43; Fichte, "Juridical Defense," pp. 145-204; Ernst II Ludwig, "Gotha Rescript to the University of Jena," pp. 205-14; Students of the University of Jena, "First Petition to Karl August of Saxony-Weimar-Eisenach," and Karl August, "First Reply to the University of Jena," and Students of the University of Jena, "Second Petition to Karl August of Saxony-Weimar-Eisenach," and Karl August, "Second Reply to the University of Jena," pp. 215-44; Fichte, "From a Private Letter," pp. 245-67; Fichte, "Concluding Remarks by the Editor," pp. 269-81.


Proof of the Unlawfulness of Reprinting (1793), trans. Martha Woodmansee. Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org [An English translation, apparently prepared in 2008 and available only on-line, of Fichte's 1793 "Beweis der Unrechtmäßigkeit des Büchernachdrucks," along with a facsimile of the text as originally published in the Berlinische Monatschrift (1793), 443-482.]
Attempt at a Critique of all Revelation, trans. Garret Green, ed. and with an new introduction by Allen Wood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. ISBN: (hardback), 978-0-521-11279-6, $80.00; (paperback), 978-0-521-13018-9, $27.99. [Reissue, with a new introduction, of a translation first published by Cambridge in 1978,]
[14 page excerpt from Fichte's Erlanger Logik 1805 (GA, II/9: 124-137)]. Translated by David W. Wood, as an Appendix to his dissertation, "Mathesis of the Mind": A Study of Fichte's Wissenschaftslehre and Geometry (see below, sect. VIII). [The translated exerpt contains Fichte's reflections on his original model of geometry.]
"Wellspring" translation by Larry Clark of a poem by Fichte. http://martyrion.blogspot.com/2010/03/poem-by-johann-gottlieb-fichte.html

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