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Note on the TranslationAbbreviationsTranslators IntroductionSignificance of Kants LogicAnalysis & Synthesis in General LogicAnal. & Synth. in Transcendental LogicDedicationPreface--Gottlob Benjamin JascheIntroductionConcept of LogicMoreNote on the TranslationAbbreviationsTranslators IntroductionSignificance of Kants LogicAnalysis & Synthesis in General LogicAnal. & Synth. in Transcendental LogicDedicationPreface--Gottlob Benjamin JascheIntroductionConcept of LogicMain Division etc.Concept of Philosophy in General etc.Outline of History of Philosophy etc.Cognition in General etc.Logical Perfections of Cognition etc.Probability etc.Theoretical & Practical CognitionGeneral Doctrine of ElementsOf ConceptsOf JudgmentsOf InferencesGeneral Doctrine of MethodDevelopment of Logical Perfection etc.Development of Perfection in CognitionIndex of PassagesIndex of NamesIndex of SubjectsImmanuel Kants Logik, ein Handbuch zu Vorlesungen, edited by Gottlob Benjamin Jäsche (Königsberg: Friedrich Nicolovius, 1800), xxiv, 232 pp. [Ak. 9:1-150] “Logic.” Translated by Hartman & Schwartz (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1974). Translated by Young in Immanuel Kant: Lectures on Logic (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992), pp. 521-640.At Kants request, this book was edited by G.B. Jäsche, a former student of his (WS 1791/92 + ?) & a colleague (Fall 1799-July 1801), altho Kant had retired by then.This work appears in the Academy edition alongside Kant’s published writings, but appropriately belongs in the 4th section devoted to student class notes. Its based on one or more sets of notes--possibly Jäsche’s own, also making use of Kant’s annotations in his copy of Meier’s logic textbook--Kants “reflections” as printed in the Nachlass, vol. 16. While Kant authorized publication, he wasnt involved in its preparation.