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...Christian Bernhard von Sanden was born in Königsberg on 16 January 1707 and died there on 16 or 17 September 1756. He was the son of Heinrich von Sanden, a prominent professor of medicine. Sanden matriculated at the university in Königsberg...
...Christoph Friedrich Baumgarten (also: Baumgart, Baumgarth) was born in Königsberg in the early 1690s and died in Wesserlingen on 28 August 1746. He was a minor Wolffian philosopher and older cousin to the Königsberg theologian Daniel...
...Thomas Burckhard (also: Burchard, Burchardt) was an Aristotelian professor of poetry at the University of Königsberg, where he taught for about thirty years. Born in Danzig in 1686, he matriculated at the University of Königsberg on 6...
...Christian Friedrich Ammon was born on 10 March 1696 and died on 1 December 1742 in Königsberg. He was one of Kant ’s professors in mathematics. Ammon began his own university studies at Königsberg, primarily under the mathematicians...
...Gotthilf Christoph Wilhelm Busolt was born in Buchholz (near Landsberg, in East Prussia) on 6 February 1771 and died in Königsberg on 3 May 1831. His father was the local pastor, and Busolt entered the clergy as well, although he is best...
...Johann Chmelnicki (also Ivan Parfenovich Chmelnitski) was Russian and a direct descendant of Hetman Bogdan Chmelnitski. He was born in January 1742, studied for a year at Kiev Theological Academy, and on 2 August 1760 matriculated...
...Johann David Kypke (also: Kipke) was born the son of a pastor in Neukirchen (Pomerania) on 19 February 1692 and died in Königsberg on 10 December 1758 as a professor of logic and metaphysics at the university, and a prominent Königsberg...
...Tetens, Johann Nicolas Teske, Johann Gottfried Strähler, Daniel Segner, Johann Andreas von Sanden, Heinrich von Rogall, Georg Friedrich Reimarus, Hermann Samuel Rappolt, Karl Heinrich Kraus, Christian Jacob Eschenbach, Johann Christian...
...Christian Gotthilf Martin Herrmann (also: Hermann) was born in Erfurt on 8 February 1765, the youngest child of a merchant and died suddenly while on Church business at Weißensee on 26 August 1823. He was a minor theologian and pedagogue...
...Johann Georg Bock was born in Königsberg on 12 May 1698 and died there on 7 July 1762. He was the oldest son of the city surgeon and brother to Friedrich Samuel Bock ; both brothers taught at the university at Königsberg alongside Kant ,...