Nachschrift eines freundes: Kant, lithuania, and the praxis of enlightenment

Studies in East European Thought 57 (1):1 - 32 (2005)
Along with providing a translation into English of the last text Immanuel Kant published during his lifetime, Nachschrift eines Freundes, this essay provides a historical account of the context surrounding the writing and publishing of this postscript as well as the German-Lithuanian and Lithuanian-German dictionary that contains it. In addition, this essay discusses the intellectual-historical significance of Kants essay as a political intervention in the name of Lithuanians, their language, and their culture. Nachschrift eines Freundes demonstrates Kant practicing some of the theoretical Enlightenment tenets that his philosophy espouses.
Keywords Immanuel Kant  intellectual history  philosophy—German  Lithuania  Prussia  Enlightenment  history of Lithuanian language
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