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Breyer, Johann Friedrich (1738–1826)

Heiner F. Klemme

Heiner F. Klemme is Professor of Philosophy at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. He works primarily in the history of modern philosophy, specializing in Kant’s philosophy and in Scottish Enlightenment, and in practical philosophy. Some of his previous works include: Kants Philosophie des Subjekts (Meiner, 1996), Immanuel Kant (Campus, 2004), and David Hume (Junius, 2007). He works primarily in the history of modern philosophy, specializing in Kant's philosophy and in Scottish Enlightenment, and in practical philosophy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Johann Friedrich Breyer was born in Stuttgart on 2 December 1738 and died in Erlangen on 28 June 1826. He attended the Tübingen Stift from 1756. In 1758, he obtained the degree of Magister and in 1761, he became preacher of the German...
...Gottfried August Bürger was born in the small village of Molmerswede in the bishopric of Halberstadt on 31 December 1747 and died in Göttingen on 8 June 1794. His father was a Protestant pastor, but it was his grandfather who took care...
...Zimmermann, Franz Anton Zimmer, Patritius Benedikt Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Sailer, Johann Michael Kant, Immanuel Fichte, Johann Gottlieb Patritius (also: Patriz) Benedikt Zimmer was born in Abtsgmund (near Ellwangen...
...Weber was born in Rain/Donauwörth (Bavaria) in 1753 and died in Augsburg in 1831. He pursued philosophical studies in Augsburg (1771–3) and theological studies at Dillingen (1773–7). In 1776, he became a Catholic priest in Demmingen...
...Johann Christian Reil was born in Rhaude (East Frisia) on 20 February 1759 and died in Halle on 22 November 1813. He was the only son of the Lutheran pastor Johann Julius Reil and his wife Anna (née Jensen-Streng). Reil became one...
...Thomas Wizenmann was born in 1759, the son of a warden in the workhouse and orphanage in Ludwigsburg, and died in Mühlheim on 22 February 1787. His father was unable to afford regular training for him as pastor or civil servant. Wizenmann...
...Joachim Dietrich Brandis was born in Hildesheim on 18 March 1762 and died in Copenhagen on 28 April 1846. He studied medical science in Göttingen where he became acquainted with Abraham Gotthelf Kästner and Johann Friedrich Blumenbach...
...August Ludwig Hülsen was born into a religious family in Aken on 2 March 1765 and died as a young man of forty-four in Lentzke in 1809. After studying theology and philology in Halle, he worked as a private tutor at the house of Baron...
...Karl Daub was born in Kassel on 20 March 1765 and died in Heidelberg on 22 November 1836 during a lecture. From 1786 Daub studied at the University of Marburg, where he lived in the house of the historian of philosophy Dieterich Tiedemann...
...Adalbert Bartholomäus Kayssler was born in Landeck (Silesia) on 24 September 1769 and died of typhoid fever on 12 December 1821. He first went to school in Glatz and then began his studies of the general sciences in Breslau (1786), before...