... of the terminological babel in the field, see Wolf (2013a: 19–22); this confusion often has the unfortunate consequence that researchers do not become aware of parallel or related investigations. Green and Donahue ( 2015), for example, present...
... 1741). (trans. and preface), B.[aruch] v.[on] S. [pinoza,] Sittenlehre widerleget von dem berühmten Weltweisen unserer Zeit Herrn Christian Wolf ( Frankfurt and Leipzig , 1744; repr., Hildesheim and New York, 1981). (trans and preface),...
... teachers were the famous classicist, Johann Albert Fabricius , his future father-in-law and colleague, and the equally well-known Hebraist Johann Christoph Wolf (1683–1739). In 1714, Reimarus began his studies of theology, philosophy...
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