Moses Mendelssohn: Gesammelte Schriften. Jubiläumsausgabe / Band 5,3 a-b: Kommentar zu Band 5,1

Teilbände 1-2
2004. Buch. XLII, 855 S. Hardcover
frommann-holzboog ISBN 978-3-7728-1353-5
Format (B x L): 15,6 x 20,9 cm
Gewicht: 1470 g
This volume provides annotations for the approximately 125 articles by Mendelssohn in the ›Briefen, die neueste Litteratur betreffend‹ (1759–1765) (Letters concerning the Most Recent Literature) and shows the scope of his essays on the most important humanities-related institution of the 'Berlin Enlightenment'. Moreover, the commentary includes the thematic connections between Mendelssohn’s reviews and those of his contemporaries and for the first time calls attention to Hamann, Kant, still unknown at this time, Boscovich, the physicist and Leeuwenhoek, the biologist. The merits of Spinozas, still unrecognized at that time, as well as contemporary philosophy and aesthetics are also discussed.
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