Daniel Nettelbladt

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Daniel Nettelbladt (14 January 1719, Rostock – 4 September 1791, Halle) was a German jurist and philosopher.

Nettelbladt studied theology and law at the universities of Rostock, Marburg and Halle, where he became a doctor of law in 1744. In 1746 he became a full professor of jurisprudence in Halle, and a royal Prussian privy aulic councillor.[1]


  • Systema elementare Jurisprudentiae naturalis, 1749
  • Historie der demonstrativischen Rechtsgelehrtheit, von ihrem Anfang bis auf das Jahr 1745, 1754


  1. ^ Ahnert, Thomas (2006), "Nettelbladt, Daniel", in Haakonssen, Knud, The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy, 2, Cambridge University Press, p. 1207 

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