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Ith, Johannes (1747–1813)

Riccardo Pozzo

Riccardo Pozzo is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Verona, Italy. He is the foremost living scholar on Georg Friedrich Meier and his books include Meier’s Vernunftlehre (2000) and Kant und das Problem einer Einleitung in die Logik (1989). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Johannes Ith was born in 1747 in Bern, the son of a craftsman. He studied theology and then taught as a preceptor or private tutor. In 1770, he was ordained as a pastor. Having received a stipend, he studied in Göttingen, Leipzig...
...The Benedictine from Würzburg Maternus Reuß was something like the glamour boy of the first Catholic Kantians. He was born on 22 February 1751 in the Franconian village of Westheim, the son of an innkeeper and butcher, and died in Würzburg...
...Laurentius Erdmannus Gebhart Mandatarius Joseph Socher was born in Peutingen (today: Peiting) about 60 km south-west of Munich on 12 July 1755 and died in Kelheim, close to Regensburg, on 17 January 1834. From 1768 to 1773, Socher attended...
...Hemert, Paulus van Paulus van Hemert, the first Dutch advocate of Kantianism, was born in Amsterdam, Illustrious School of Amsterdam on 27 November 1756. He studied philosophy and theology at Amsterdam , Leiden Leiden, University...
...Gottlob Christian Friedrich (also Georg Friedrich) Fischhaber was born in Göppingen, Württemberg on 24 April 1779. As the son of a deacon, Fischhaber cultivated his own ambition for theology. He went to Tübingen in 1797 to study...
...Haywood, Francis Francis Haywood was born in Liverpool and died in Silliers, Worcestershire on 29 May 1858. An influential merchant, he came from a wealthy family, and spent almost all his life in his native city, taking an active part...

Vaihinger, Hans (1852–1933)

Christopher Adair-Toteff

Christopher Adair-Toteff is with the Center for Social and Political Thought, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Hans Vaihinger was a German philosopher, a Kantian scholar, and the founder of the philosophy of “as if” (als ob). Vaihinger was born on September 25, 1852, in Nehren, a town just south of Tübingen. His father Johann Georg Vaihinger...
...Harold R. Smart was born on 4 May 1892 in Searsport, Maine. He graduated from Kent’s Hill Seminary in Maine in 1909, and then earned a BS in economics and mathematics from Wesleyan University in Connecticut. He served in the US Army from...
...Michael Friedman was born on 2 April 1947 in Brookline, Massachusetts. Completing his college preparation at Flushing High School in Queens, New York, Friedman became a semi-professional musician. He plays clarinet, saxophone, and guitar...
...Friedrich Gottlob Born was born in Leipzig in 1743 and died in Weesenstein (near Pirna) in 1807. He began to study at the University of Leipzig in 1760, but he did not receive the degree of Magister artium until 1773, and it was not until...