Reimarus: Book Publishing, Hamburg (1791)

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Reimarus: Book Publishing, Hamburg (1791), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Reimarus: 'Book Publishing, with regard to writers, publishers and the public', as published in: Deutsches Magazin, (1791), 383-414 and 564-596

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Der Bücherverlag, in Betrachtung der Schriftsteller, der Buchhändler und des Publikums abermals erwogen

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1789: Becker: On the property right in intellectual works
1790: The Blue Man (pseudonym): Reprinting, contra and pro
1790: Vindication of property against robbery
1792 [1791]: Müller: On Publication Piracy
1793: Fichte: Proof of the Unlawfulness of Reprinting
1799: Kehr: Apology of the Reprinting of Books

Author: Reimarus, Johann Albert Heinrich (1729-1814)

Publisher: C.U.D. v. Eggers

Year: 1791

Location: Hamburg

Language: German

Source: Scanned from a reprint edition (edited by Reinhard Wittmann, München 1981) taken from an the copy held in Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel

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