I've mentioned from time time that one of my philosophical interests is the German philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte. A little over three years ago I agreed to write a chapter on Fichte's Foundations of the Entire Science of Knowledge for a volume to be published by Acumen Publishing.
These things take a while to come to fruition, of course, and so I only recently received my advance copy of volume three of Central Works of Philosophy, a projected five-volume series edited by John Shand.
The idea behind the chapter was to produce a reading of Fichte's most influential book that would be of help to students approaching that formidable text for the first time. I think, though, that more advanced readers will also find the chapter useful.
If you happen to have access to an academic library, please encourage the librarians to purchase the entire series.