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...Morell, Thomas Thomas Morell was born at Eton, Buckinghamshire on 18 March 1703 and died at Turnham Green, Middlesex on 19 February 1784. He was educated at King’s College, Cambridge, of which he became a Fellow c.1725 (BA, 1726; MA, 1730...
... Markovits (ed.), J. B. Mérian. Sur le Problème Molyneux ( Paris , 1984), pp. 193–281. Thiel Udo , 'Between Wolff and Kant: Merian’s Theory of Apperception , in Journal of the History of Philosophy , vol. 34 (1996), pp. 213–32. Wunderlich Falk , Kant und die Bewußtseinstheorien des 18. Jahrhunderts ( Berlin and New York , 2005), pp. 101–107, 124–7....
...Perronet, Vincent Vincent Perronet was born in London on 11 December 1693 and died at Shoreham, West Sussex on 9 May 1785. Educated at Queen’s College, Oxford (BA, 1718) and Corpus Christi, Cambridge (MA, 1724), Perronet took holy orders...
...Johann Georg Heinrich Feder was born in 1740 near Bayreuth, in the village of Schornweißach and died in Hanover in 1821. His father, Martin Heinrich Feder, was a highly educated pastor and also his first teacher at school. In 1757, Feder...
...Felton, Henry Henry Felton was born on 3 February 1679 in the parish of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, and died on 1 March 1740 at Barwick-in-Elmet, Yorkshire. He was educated at St Edmund Hall, Oxford (MA, 1702; BD, 1709; DD, 1712...
... Geschichte des Materialismus im Deutschland der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts ( Berlin , 1961). Kuehn Manfred , Scottish Common Sense in Germany, 1768–1800 ( Kingston and Montreal , 1987), esp. pp. 86–102. Thiel Udo , 'Varieties...
...Samuel Hollmann was born in Stettin in 1696 and died in Göttingen in 1787. After attending grammar schools in Stettin and Danzig, he went on to study theology, philosophy and natural sciences, first at the University of Königsberg (1718...