Friedrich Harms

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Friedrich Harms (24 October 1819, in Kiel – 5 April 1880, in Berlin) was a German realist philosopher, much influenced by Fichte.

He studied philosophy at the University of Kiel as a pupil of Heinrich Moritz Chalybäus. In 1842 he obtained his habilitation for philosophy at Kiel, where he later became an associate professor (1848; a full professor in 1858). In 1867 he relocated to the University of Berlin as a professor of philosophy.[1][2]

Works[edit]

  • Prolegomena zur Philosophie (1852) – Prolegomena to philosophy.
  • Abhandlungen zur systematischen Philosophie (1868) – Essays on systematic philosophy.
  • Die Philosophie seit Kant (1876) – Philosophy since Immanuel Kant.
  • Ueber die Lehre von Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi (1876) – On the teachings of Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi.
  • Geschichte der Logik (1881) – History of logic.
  • Logik (1886) edited by Heinrich Wiese.
  • Begriff, Formen und Grundlegung der Rechtsphilosophie (1889) edited by Heinrich Wiese.
  • Psychologie (1897) edited by Heinrich Wiese.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Briefwechsel 1875 - 1889 by Albrecht Ritschl, Wilhelm Herrmann
  2. ^ Harms, Joachim Friedrich Simon In: Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). Band 7, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1966, ISBN 3-428-00188-5, S. 683 f.