Every edition I've seen of Tanya includes a list, in chronological order, of every edition of Tanya ever printed, including bibliographic information. I assume some central Lubavitch office maintains the list. Now, Tanya is studied also by non-Lubavitch (non-Chabad) chasidim (and perhaps other Jews), and I assume that there have been editions of it published by such — and even if not, there certainly can be in the future. Are those editions listed also, as the central Lubavitch office hears of them?
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