Gustav Teichmüller

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Gustav Teichmüller (November 19, 1832 – May 22, 1888) was a German philosopher.

Biography[edit]

Teichmüller was born in Braunschweig in the Duchy of Brunswick. He taught as a professor at the Basel University (since 1868) and the Imperial University of Dorpat (since 1871). He died in Dorpat, Russian Empire (now Tartu, Estonia).

Work[edit]

In his philosophical work he argued for personalism.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Die aristotelische Eintheilung der Verwaltungsformen (St. Peterburg 1859)
  • Studien zur Geschichte der Begriffe, 1874
  • Darwinismus und Philosophie, 1877

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