See also:born at Sandewalde in
See also:Silesia, on the 23rd of
See also:July 1824 . After studying philosophy at
See also:Leipzig and
See also:Halle, he became a privat-docent at
See also:Heidelberg in 185o . The Baden
See also:government in 1853 laid an embargo on his teaching owing to ' For a brief review of the
See also:pharmacology of
See also:purin derivatives see F .
See also:Francis and J . M . Fortescue-Brinkdale, The Chemical Basis of Pharmacology (1908) . his Liberal ideas, but the effect of this was to rouse considerable sympathy for his views, and in 1856 he obtained a professorship at
See also:Jena, where he soon acquired
See also:great influence by the dignity of his
See also:personal character . In 1872, on
See also:Zeller's removal to Berlin, Fischer succeeded him as
See also:professor of philosophy and the
See also:history of
See also:modern German literature at Heidelberg, where he died on the 4th of July 1907 . His
See also:part in philosophy was that of historian and commentator, for which he was especially qualified by his remarkable clearness of exposition; his point of view is in the
See also:main Hegelian . His Geschichte der neuern Philosophie (1852–1893, new ed . 1897) is perhaps the most accredited modern
See also:book of its kind, and he made valuable contributions to the study of
See also:Shakespeare, Goethe,
See also:Spinoza, Lessing, Schiller and
See also:Schopenhauer . Some of his numerous
See also:works have been translated into
See also:English: Francis Bacon of Verulam, by J .
See also:Oxenford (1857); The
See also:Life and Character of Benedict Spinoza, by Frida
See also:Schmidt (1882); A Commentary on Kant's Kritik of Pure Reason, by J . P .
See also:Mahaffy (1866);
See also:Descartes and his School, by J . P . Gordy (1887); A Critique of Kant, by W . S . Hough (1888); see also H . Falkenheim, Kuno Fischer and die litterar-historische.Methode (1892); and bibliography in J . M . Baldwin's
See also:Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology (1905) .
EMIL FISCHER (1852– )
FISH (O. Eng. fist, a word common to Teutonic langu...
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