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...Johann Albrecht (Latinized: Albertus) Spies was born in Nuremberg in 1704, the son of a court clerk for the protection of wards, and died in 1766. His study of philosophy at the University of Altdorf, which he had begun in 1722,...
... philosophiae fonte, repetitae , 7 vols ( Jena , 1730; the single volumes were published 1725–7). Further reading Albrecht Michael , Eklektik. Eine Begriffsgeschichte mit Hinweisen auf die Philosophie- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte ( Stuttgart-Bad...
...Little is known about Johann Joachim Lange. He was the oldest son of Joachim Lange , Christian Wolff ’s most important opponent, and was born in Berlin in 1698. In 1723, his father, who had become professor of theology in Halle in 1709...
...Christian Friedrich Pezold was born in Wiedemar near Delitzsch in 1743, the son of a priest, and died in 1788. Although he lost his parents quite early, he was able to begin his studies in Leipzig in 1763. In 1767, he obtained a Magister...
... in scholis protestantium fortuna schediasma praemisit ( Wittenberg , 1720). Further reading Albrecht Michael , Eklektik. Eine Begriffsgeschichte mit Hinweisen auf die Philosophie- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte ( Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt , 1994), pp. 498 f....
...We know only the following about the life of Daniel Strähler: he was born in 1692, studied in Halle, became extraordinary professor of philosophy in 1723 and full professor of philosophy in 1733 (both in Halle), and died in 1750.Strähler...
...Leonhard Cochius was born in Königsberg in 1718 and died in Potsdam in 1779. The son of a pastor (who was court preacher), Cochius initially studied theology in his native town. In 1737, he moved to Marburg in order to learn philosophy...
...Lorenz Florenz Friedrich von Crell was born in Helmstedt in 1745. His father was professor of medicine at the University of Helmstedt, where his son began to study in 1765. He received the degree of Magister and also obtained an MD in 1768....
...Johann Anton Sulzer was born in Rheinfelden (Aargau in Switzerland) in 1752. The son of a clockmaker, he attended the Jesuit Gymnasium in Solothurn and studied theology in Fribourg from 1772. In 1774, he changed both his university...
...Johann Andreas Ortloff was born in Coburg in 1769 and died there in 1828. He was the son of a shoemaker. Until the age of thirteen, he attended the local ‘Ratsschule’. He was not able to attend the Gymnasium, because his father was too...