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|Critique of Pure Reason|
English-translated first and second editions of the major work of Immanuel Kant, the 1700s Prussian philosopher and founder of transcendental idealism, the basis of 1800s German Idealism philosophy.
|Kant on the Web|
Archive of writings by Immanuael Kant in English, German, and other languages, along with electronic texts about Kant by author Stephen Palmquist, also available for purchase, and photo gallery.
|North American Fichte Society|
Information about the 17-1800s German idealism philosopher, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, by a group of scholars. Includes his complete works in German, translations, newsletter archive, photographs, and books.
|Proceedings of the Friesian School|
A very large collection of writings and reviews of modern followers of the philosophy founded by Kant and continued by German idealist philosophers such as Schopenhauer, Fries, and Nelson.
|Hegal Society of America, The|
Promotes the study of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, the 1800s German idealist philosopher and author, and Hegalism. Includes information on membership, conference, and publications.
Provides information about the life and times of Hegel and some of his contemporaries, including links to online versions of his principal works.
|North American Kant Society|
Features papers, articles, photographs, and publications related to the study of Immanuel Kant, a philosopher from Prussian in the 1700s. Includes membership information. Many resources in German.
|Society for German Idealism|
Archives of writings on philosophies of famous German idealists such as Kant, Fichte, Hegel, and Shelling.