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Post Posted:: September 9th, 2016, 4:59 pm 

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Anthropology, Book One, by Immanuel Kant (1724 - 1804). Translated by Adolph Ernst Kroeger (1837 - 1882)

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Immanuel Kant gave a series of lectures on anthropology 1772-1773, 1795-1796 at the University of Königsberg, which was founded in 1544. His lectures dealt with recognizing the internal and external in man, cognition, sensuousness, the five senses, as well as the soul and the mind. They were gathered together and published in 1798 and then published in English in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy in 1867, volumes 9-16. Therefore, several texts will be used for this book. I was able to find sections 1-37 and then section 43, and sections 47-57. It seems that sections 38-42, 44-46 are not available. This is book one of his longer work.
My favorite quotes,

If someone has purposely caused a disaster, and it is questionable whether he is at all, or in what degree he is to be, blamed for it, and whether or not he was insane at the time of the commission of the deed, the court should not refer him to the medical facility – the court itself being incompetent to decide upon such a case – but to the philosophical faculty. On this ground the question whether the accused was in the possession of all the faculties of his understanding and judgment, is altogether of a psychological nature….

Helmont says, that, after having taken a certain dose of “napell” – a poisonous root, he felt as if he thought in his stomach. Many people have experimented with opium to such an extent that they finally felt their minds weaken when they neglected to use this stimulant of their brain.
(Craig Campbell)
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Sections 1-2
Sections 3-4
Sections 5-7
Section 8
Sections 9-10
Sections 11-13
Sections 14-15
Sections 16-19
Section 20
Sections 21-22
Sections 23-26










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Post Posted:: September 9th, 2016, 5:01 pm 

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The link for the new projects guide isn't working.

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What "new projects guide"? What link?

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Anthropology by Immanuel Kant 1798 translated by A. E. Kroeger
The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, by William Torrey Harris 1835-1909
Volume IX
Part First Anthropological Didactic – Concerning the manner in which to recognize the Internal as well as the External of Man p. 16-27 Section 1-5
https://archive.org/stream/journalspeculat06harrgoog#page/n28/mode/1up
Volume IX p 239-245 Section 6-7 and remarks Concerning the Faculty of Cognition
https://archive.org/stream/journalspeculat06harrgoog#page/n251/mode/1up
Volume IX p. 406-416 Sections 8-12 Apology for Sensuousness
https://archive.org/stream/journalspeculat06harrgoog#page/n418/mode/1up
Volume X Concerning the Five Senses p. 319-323 Sections 13-18
https://archive.org/stream/journalspeculat11unkngoog#page/n327/mode/1up
Volume XI 1867 Part First – Anthropological Didactic p. 310-317 Sections 19-23
https://archive.org/stream/journalofspecula11harruoft#page/310/mode/1up
Volume XI 1867 Concerning the Stoppage, Weakening, and Total Loss of our Sensuous Faculty 353 – 363 Sections 24-27
https://archive.org/stream/journalofspecula11harruoft#page/353/mode/1up
Volume XIII 1867 Concerning the Sensuous Power of Productive Imagination According to Its Different Kinds
Section 28-31 p. 281- 289
https://archive.org/stream/journalspeculat01unkngoog#page/n289/mode/1up
Volume XIV 1867 Part I Concerning the manner in which to recognize the Internal as well as the External of Man p. 154-169 Section 32-37 and Appendix
https://archive.org/stream/journalofspecula14harruoft#page/154/mode/1up
Volume XV 1867 Concerning the Weaknesses and Diseases of the Soul in regard to its Faculty of Cognition Section p. 62-66 Section 43-
https://archive.org/stream/journalofspecula15harruoft#page/62/mode/1up
Volume XVI Section 45-47 Mental Diversion- p. 47- 52
https://archive.org/stream/journalspeculat19unkngoog#page/n56/mode/1up
Volume XVI Sections 48-57- Concerning the Diseases of the Mind p. 395-413
https://archive.org/stream/journalspeculat19unkngoog#page/n403/mode/1up

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Post Posted:: September 9th, 2016, 5:46 pm 

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Hi Tricia
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What "new projects guide"? What link?


notes on how to use the Project Template Generator here: https://forum.librivox.org/viewtopic.php?t=13515

It says, You are not authorised to read this forum.

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Thanks! I updated the link.

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Hello Craig,
I can be the MC for your project, looks interesting. I'll go and set up the MW, so that you can put in all the links etc.

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Hi Craig,
Is it correct that there are only 9 sections? I can easily add more, let me know. And perhaps we'll have to tweak the first post a bit to ask readers only to read from links in the MW, because I think you will have different sources, is that right? Let me know if you have any questions.
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Hi Craig,
Is it correct that there are only 9 sections? I can easily add more, let me know. And perhaps we'll have to tweak the first post a bit to ask readers only to read from links in the MW, because I think you will have different sources, is that right? Let me know if you have any questions.
(And I may be back to claim a section myself once the MW is set up!)


Yes Anna there seems to be many more than 9 sections now. I think I've divided it nicely. All ready for readers unless you see something I missed or should change.

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I think it looks good.
A minor thing: I see you've put the dates of birth and death of the translator in the LV disclaimer/introduction - that's not really necessary I think, so that could be removed - saves a couple of seconds.
From what I saw from glancing at a few of the texts there are only a few words in languages-other-than-English, not whole passages, right? If there are, it will be good to put a warning in the MW.

Shall we keep the project for a day more in the Launch Pad so that people can see it, before moving it to Readers Wanted?

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Make your best effort with any foreign words in the reading.
No need to read translator notes or footnotes unless directed to, but DO read the headings for each section.

just before number 7 During recording.

Sure it can stay in New Projects for a few days.

Thanks for your help Anna :clap:

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I wish I had time to PL this, but at least I can read Section 1

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I wish I had time to PL this, but at least I can read Section 1


Thanks silverquill, section 01 is yours.


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Hi Craig,
Could I read section 12 (= section 26 of the text), on imagination, please?

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Could I read section 12 (= section 26 of the text), on imagination, please?



Section 12 is yours Anna :)

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