Theodor Wilhelm Danzel

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Theodor Wilhelm Danzel (4 February 1818, Hamburg - 9 May 1850, Leipzig) was a German literary historian and philosopher.

He studied as the universities of Leipzig, Halle and Berlin, obtaining his doctorate at the University of Jena with a thesis on Plato's philosophical methods (1841). As a student, he was an ardent follower of Hegelian philosophy. In 1845 he received his habilitation at Leipzig, where he subsequently worked as a lecturer.[1]

He died in Leipzig on May 9, 1850 at the age of 32.

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  1. ^ ADB: Danzel, Theodor Wilhelm @ Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie
  2. ^ List of publications copied from an article on Theodor Wilhelm Danzel at the German Wikipedia.