Part of the multi-volume work
Volume 15.1 in this series
In the late 18th century, Christian Garve’s works were considered the pre-eminent example of a learned yet popular style. The Wrocław-based Enlightenment thinker nonetheless also enjoyed the respect of his philosopher and philologist colleagues, and his translations of and commentaries on English authors and Latin classics influenced generations of writers and philosophers. This collection offers an insight into Garve’s wide-ranging work.