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...Wolff, Christian Spener, Philipp Jacob Dippel, Johann Konrad Aepinus, Franz Ulrich Theodor Franz Albert Aepinus was the son of the judiciary official of Stargard in Mecklenburg and was born in Wanzke in 1673. He studied philosophy...
...Johann Christoph Muhrbeck, a native Swede, was born in Lund in 1733. He received most of his education in Karlskrona, where his father was superintendent. After some years of teaching at the military school there, in 1760 he became adjunct...
...Franz Volkmar Reinhard was born in Vohenstrauß (Upper Palatinate) in 1753 and died in Dresden in 1812. He was the son of a preacher. From 1768 to 1773, he attended the Gymnasium in Regensburg. After that, he studied philosophy and theology...
...Johann Jakob Lehmann was born in Erfurt in 1684 and died in 1740. He began his studies there in 1703 and became Magister in 1707. In 1709, he went to Jena and became a disciple of Johann Franz Budde . He became Wolff, Christian Thomasius,...
... Garve, Christian Coing, Johann Franz Bering, Johann a teacher at the Friedrichswerder Gymnasium (deputy headmaster, 1746 pro-rector). In 1749, he was called to Potsdam in order to become court preacher there. Cochius became widely known...
... journal, namely the Allgemeines Journal der Chemie (from 1798 on).Without naming the author, Franz Volkmar Reinhold published a booklet by Crell in 1812. It contains an argument against scepticism, or more precisely, an argument against Kantian...
...Our view of Plessing is still determined by Goethe ’s account, given in his Harzreise im Winter und in der Campagne in Frankreich 1792, according to which he was a melancholic hypochondriac, who could hardly be trusted with the completion...
...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...
...Franz Albert Schultz was born in Neustettin (Eastern Pomerania) in 1692 and died in 1763. He was the son of the local mayor. Some time between 1712 and 1715, at the Gymnasium in Stargard, he became a pietist. Schultz continued his...
... Irwing, Karl Franz von Hissmann, Michael Fichte, Johann Gottlieb Universités et institutions universitaires européennes au XVIIIe siècle ( Talence , 1999), pp. 35–48....