Princeton University

Profile of Kaufmann by Princeton's Department of Philosophy

Curriculum vitae
(Carbon Copy) Originally hosted by Princeton's Philosophy Department

Firestone Library collection of Kaufmann's manuscripts

Daily Princetonian Archive (1-100, 101-200, 201-252)

Website Projects

Maintained by Professor Andrew D. Spear

Maintained, formerly, by Doctor Taimur Khan [cached]

Encyclopedia Entries on Kaufmann

In Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Richard Schacht
In Encyclopedia of Judaica, by Richard H. Popkin & Ruth Beloff

In the Wild

Wikipedia article

The Internet Archive

An index site by Ron Unz

Interesting finds

Joyce Carol Oates's memories of Kaufmann in her story "A Princeton Idyll."

Frank Moss's reminiscences of Kaufmann's class on Nietzsche ("brandy in precept" [!])

Dedication of memorial stone at the University Chapel by Richard Chrisman

Letters to Publications

"On Karl Kraus," Kaufmann's Letter to The New York Review of Books

To The Times Literary Supplement
December 21, 1973: confused with Gordon Kaufman.
February 17, 1978: reply to S. S. Prawer's article.

Personal Correspondence

Kaufmann's letter to Immanuel Velikovsky, author of Worlds in Collision

Kaufmann's Correspondence with Martin Buber, from A Life of Dialogue

Former students of Kaufmann's

Schacht's "Translating Nietzsche: The Case of Kaufmann"
Nehamas's foreword in the 2013 edition of Nietzsche


Interview with Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, editor and founder of The Jewish Spectator