Karl Vossler

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Karl Vossler
Born (1872-09-06)6 September 1872
Hohenheim, Württemberg, Germany
Died 19 September 1949(1949-09-19) (aged 77)
Munich, West Germany
Occupation Romanist

Karl Vossler (6 September 1872 – 19 September 1949 in Munich) was a German linguist and scholar, and a leading Romanist.[1] Vossler was known for his interest in Italian thought, and as a follower of Benedetto Croce. He declared his support of the German military by signing the Manifesto of the Ninety-Three in 1914.

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  1. ^ Darko Suvin called him The leading Romanist of pre-Nazi times[1]