This paper presents a transcription of a handwritten Latin text, along with its translation into English, that was identified only very recently in the Kongelige Bibliothek in Copenhagen while preparing the new critical edition of Kant's Nova dilucidatio (PND). The text consists of remarks by Johann Reinhold Grube, composed in his role as opponent at Kant's disputation for the venia legendi on 27 September 1755. Grube's interleaved opposing remarks on Kant's dissertatio metaphysica pro receptione contain precious starting points for new lines of research, since they vividly exemplify the point of view of one of the participants in the debate, a perspective that is rarely documented. In addition to informing us about how the disputation itself was carried out and which traditional rhetorical techniques were used, these remarks offer a compelling glimpse into the immediate reception of Kant's first thoughts on logic and metaphysics, giving scholars access to an ingenious reaction to Kant's stance on the theory of judgment.

Hohenegger, H., Lamarra, A., Pozzo, R. (2022). Johann Reinhold Grube's Opposing Remarks on Kant's Nova dilucidatio. KANT-STUDIEN, 113(2), 330-366 [10.1515/kant-2022-2022].

Johann Reinhold Grube's Opposing Remarks on Kant's Nova dilucidatio

Pozzo, R
2022-06-15

Abstract

This paper presents a transcription of a handwritten Latin text, along with its translation into English, that was identified only very recently in the Kongelige Bibliothek in Copenhagen while preparing the new critical edition of Kant's Nova dilucidatio (PND). The text consists of remarks by Johann Reinhold Grube, composed in his role as opponent at Kant's disputation for the venia legendi on 27 September 1755. Grube's interleaved opposing remarks on Kant's dissertatio metaphysica pro receptione contain precious starting points for new lines of research, since they vividly exemplify the point of view of one of the participants in the debate, a perspective that is rarely documented. In addition to informing us about how the disputation itself was carried out and which traditional rhetorical techniques were used, these remarks offer a compelling glimpse into the immediate reception of Kant's first thoughts on logic and metaphysics, giving scholars access to an ingenious reaction to Kant's stance on the theory of judgment.
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Leibniz
logic
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Hohenegger, H., Lamarra, A., Pozzo, R. (2022). Johann Reinhold Grube's Opposing Remarks on Kant's Nova dilucidatio. KANT-STUDIEN, 113(2), 330-366 [10.1515/kant-2022-2022].
Hohenegger, H; Lamarra, A; Pozzo, R
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