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...August Wilhelm Hupel was born on 25 February 1737 in Buttelstedt in the vicinity of Weimar. He was the son of a pastor. Hupel studied theology and philosophy at the university in Jena and moved to the Baltic countries in 1757. After a few...
...Ludwig Martin Träger was born in February 1742 in Saarbrücken, where he received his early education before moving in 1762 to Jena to study theology and philosophy at the local university. There he attended the classes of Immanuel Walch ,...
...Paul-Henri Thiry Baron d’Holbach was born in Edesheim (Palatine) in 1723 and died on 21 January 1789. Little is known about his parents: Rousseau mentions that Holbach’s father had lifted himself out of obscurity. Holbach came to Paris when...
...Julius Friedrich Knüppeln was born on 9 September 1757 in Stettin and did his schooling at Joachimsthalsches Gymnasium in Berlin. He began to study law in Leipzig in 1776 and received his doctorate in 1778 there. There are two indications...
...Charles Taylor was born on 5 November 1931 in Montréal, Québec, Canada. In 1952 he was awarded a BA in history with first class honours from McGill University in Montréal. He earned a second BA degree in politics, philosophy, and economics...
...Bérulle, Pierre de Bourges Albi convent Guillaume Gibieuf was born in Bourges on around 20 December 1583 and died in the same town, at the convent of Saint-Magloire, on 6 June 1650. He was Bérulle ’s close friend and collaborator...
...Johann Christian Eschenbach (the elder) was born in 1719, the son of a Rostock merchant. From 1738, he studied philosophy and theology at the universities of Rostock, Jena (where he came under the influence of Joachim Georg Darjes ),...

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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 Paul Sutor was born in 1752 in the imperial city of Augsburg, where his father, Johann Paul sr. (1706–1777), was a civil servant. Three years after Johann Paul jr.’s birth the family relocated to Ingolstadt, where his father took up...
...Michael Engel was born in Erfurt in 1755 and died on 13 July 1813. He became professor of classical literature at the University of Mainz. He wrote primarily on aesthetics and was especially interested in the dichotomy between nature...
...Saul Ascher, publisher, translator, philosopher, political writer and religious reformer, was born in Berlin on 6 February 1767. He died in Berlin on 8 December 1822. The Aschers were an assimilated Jewish family; his father, Anschel Jaffe,...