Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Johann Gottfried von Herder" by Michael Forster

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Primary Texts

There are two main German editions of Herder's works:

The latter edition includes very helpful notes.


Secondary literature in German

By far the most helpful single item remains:

A helpful short overview:

Three useful collections of essays covering a broad range of topics:

H.D. Irmischer has written several important and influential articles on topics covered here, including:

A helpful treatment of Herder's interest in world literature, and in particular his theory and practice of translation:

A helpful treatment of Herder's approach to the Old Testament:

Secondary literature in English

General treatments:

Herder's general philosophical program and debts to the precritical Kant:

Philosophy of language, interpretation, and translation:


Philosophy of history:

Political philosophy:

Other subjects:

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