Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi" by George di Giovanni

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An important development is the near completion of the critical editions of Jacobi's Correspondence (Briefwechsel: Gesamtausgabe) and Works (Werke) which were initiated as far back as the late 1960s but had been left in suspension until recently. All together, there will be twenty-six volumes, thirteen of Works and thirteen of Correspondence, all published by Meiner (Hamburg) and Frommann-Holzboog (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt). For those interested in the period, the Correspondence especially offers a vivid picture of the intellectual and political scene of the time. For the current status of these projects, see:

Consult also the ‘Preface to the Paperback Edition’ of Jacobi (2009). Also in preparation, but as a completely independent project, is a critical edition of Jacobi's Notebooks: Jacobi, F.H., Die Denkbücher, ed. Radrizzani, Ives. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog. According to the editor, the edition is expected to be ready by 2016.

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