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Philippi

(71 words)

Author(s): Masini, Sabine
[English Version] Philippi, Friedrich Adolf (15.10.1809 Berlin – 29.8.1882 Rostock), ev. Theologe, 1842 Prof. in Dorpat, 1852 in Rostock. Der 1829 zum Christentum konvertierte Sohn jüd. Eltern war ein Repräsentant des Neuluthertums, der seiner dezidiert repristinatorischen Linie folgend insbes. gegen J. Ch.K. v.  Hofmanns Auffassung der Versöhnungslehre Stellung bezog. Sabine Masini Bibliography Vf. u.a.: Kirchl. Glaubenslehre, 6 Bde., 1854–1879 Über Ph.: Ch. Kuhn (BBKL 7, 1994, 498–501) (Bibliogr. und Lit.).

Schwartz

(221 words)

Author(s): Masini, Sabine
[English Version] Schwartz, Eduard (22.8.1858 Kiel – 13.2.1940 München), klassischer Philologe, 1884 PD in Bonn, 1887 Prof. in Rostock, 1893 in Gießen, 1897 in Straßburg, 1902 in Göttingen, 1909 in Freiburg, 1914 erneut in Straßburg, 1919 in München. Die hohe wiss. Reputation dieses Gelehrten, der neben Th. Mommsen und U.v. Wilamowitz-Moellendorff zu den bedeutendsten dt. Altertumsforschern seiner Zeit zählt, belegen seine Mitgliedschaften in mehreren eur. Gelehrten Gesellschaften und Akademien (u.…

Schwartz, Eduard

(248 words)

Author(s): Masini, Sabine
[German Version] (Aug 22, 1858, Kiel – Feb 13, 1940, Munich), classical philologist. Schwartz began lecturing at Bonn in 1884 and was appointed professor at Rostock in 1887, at Giessen in 1893, at Straßburg (Strasbourg) in 1897, at Göttingen in 1902, at Freiburg in 1909, at Straßburg once more in 1914, and at Munich in 1919. The high academic reputation of this scholar, who alongside T. Mommsen and U. v. Wilamowitz-Moellendorff was one of the most important German antiquaries of his age, is docume…

Philippi, Friedrich Adolf

(88 words)

Author(s): Masini, Sabine
[German Version] (Nov 15, 1809, Berlin – Aug 29, 1882, Rostock), Protestant theologian. In 1842 Philippi became professor in Dorpat, in 1852 in Rostock. The son of Jewish parents, he converted to Christianity in 1829 and was a representative of Neo-Lutheranism; he followed its decidedly repristinate line, in particular taking up a stance in opposition to J.C.K. v. Hofmann’s view of the doctrine of the atonement. Sabine Masini Bibliography Works include: Kirchliche Glaubenslehre, 6 vols., 1854–1879 On Philippi: C. Kuhn, BBKL VII, 1994, 498–501 (bibl.).