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...August Ludwig Hülsen was born into a religious family in Aken on 2 March 1765 and died as a young man of forty-four in Lentzke in 1809. After studying theology and philology in Halle, he worked as a private tutor at the house of Baron...
...Johann Christian Zwanziger was born in Leutschau in Hungary in 1723. Through the help of a sponsor he received an education in his homeland. While still a young man, he travelled to Germany, was accepted into the community of Danzig...
...Maass, Johann Gebhard ­Ehrenreich Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Kant, Immanuel Eberhard, Johann August Johann Gebhard Ehrenreich Maass was born in the town of Krottendorf near Halberstadt in 1766 and died in Halle in 1823. He began his studies...
...Johann Neeb was born on 1 September 1767 in Steinheim, near Hanau, the same town in which he would die three-quarters of a century later. Although his familial background was a modest one, outside support enabled him to receive...
...Gottlieb Ernst August Mehmel was born in Winzingerode (Thuringia) on 21 January 1761 and died in Erlangen in 1840. He studied theology in Halle, where he acquired an appreciation for philosophy as well as aesthetics. After several years...
...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...
...Friedrich Immanuel Niethammer was born in Beilstein in Württemberg on 26 March 1766 and died in Munich on 1 April 1848. He came from a very distinguished line of preachers, which included nearly every male ancestor on his mother’s as well...
...Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Reinhold, Karl Leonhard Körner, Johann Gottfried Köppen, Friedrich Kant, Immanuel Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Fichte, Johann Gottlieb Carpov, Jakob Friedrich Köppen...
...Jakob Friedrich von Abel was born in Vaihingen, Württemberg on 9 May 1751 and died in Schorndorf in 1829. As the son of a state official, he received the customary theological upbringing, culminating in his arrival at Tübingen in 1768...
...Friedrich Karl Forberg was born in Meuselwitz, Saxony on 30 August 1770 and died in Hildburghausen on 1 January 1848. He first studied under the anti-Kantian Platner in Leipzig, but later moved to Jena where he learned the new philosophy...