Friedrich Wilhelm Carové
|Friedrich Wilhelm Carové|
Lithograph made after 1852
|Born||June 20, 1789
|Died||March 18, 1852
He was a lawyer, held some judicial offices, was made doctor of philosophy by the university of Heidelberg, and officiated for a short time as professor at Breslau. He was one of the founders of the Heidelberg Burschenschaft, and participated in the famous Wartburg festival. He was afterward a member of the provisional German parliament (German: Frankfurter Vorparlament) of 1848.
His most elaborate works are attacks on the Roman Catholic religion, and include:
- Ueber die alleinseligmachende Kirche (2 vols., Frankfurt, 1826)
- Was heisst römisch-katholische Kirche? (2d ed., Altenburg, 1847)
- Die Buchdruckerkunst in ihrer weltgeschichtlichen Bedeutung (Siegen, 1843)
- Ueber das sogenannte germanische und sogenannte christliche Staatsprincip (1843)
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- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Ripley, George; Dana, Charles A., eds. (1879). "Carové, Friedrich Wilhelm". The American Cyclopædia.
- Works by or about Friedrich Wilhelm Carové at Internet Archive
- Works by Friedrich Wilhelm Carové at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
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