Emeritus Clark Muenzer along with John Smith (UC Irvine) recently released the inaugural installment of the Goethe Lexikon of Philosophical Concepts. This was funded in part by a Chancellor’s seed grant and is on track to become a seminal reference work in German Studies with more than 300 entries planned over the next decade. You can see the inaugural installment here: https://goethe-lexicon.pitt.edu/GL.
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Here are the entries A-Z in the current installment: ACH (Ah, Alas) John H. Smith; BEGRIFF (Concept), Clark S. Muenzer; FORM (Form) David E. Wellbery; IRRLICHTELIEREN (Will-o’-the-wisping-around) Jane K. Brown; KRAFT (Force), Gabriel Trop SCHATTENRISS (Silhouette) Catriona MacCleod; SPIEL (Play, Game), Patricia A. Simpson; SPIRALE (Spiral), Bryan Klausmeyer; VELOZIFERISCH (Velociferian), Bryan Norton; and ZUSAMMENHANG (nexus), Ross Shields.