Note on Kant Citations

I have made every effort to adopt the new Cambridge University Press translation of Immanuel Kant's works. The one exception is the Critique of Judgement. Instead of the Cambridge edition, so in this case I have adopted the Meredith translation. In the rare case that an alternative translation is used for any of Kant's other writings, the full publishing information is cited in the footnote. Adjustments to the Cambridge translations or alternative renderings by the author are based on Kants gesammelte Schriften, edited by the Royal Prussian/German Academy of Sciences. For the sake of consistency and ease of reference, I have standardized all citations, so that they refer to the GermanAkademie (Ak) pagination, which can be found in the margins of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant. These citations are embedded within the body of the text throughout and are also found in the occasional footnote. Other editions of Kant's work are listed after the Cambridge listings below.

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