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Author(s): Maier, Bernhard | Hennigfeld, Jochem | Tietz, Christiane | Schroeter-Wittke, Harald | Sørensen, Jørgen Skov | Et al.
[German Version] I. Linguistics and Religious Studies – II. Philosophy – III. Philosophy of Religion – IV. Fundamental Theology – V. Ethics – VI. Practical Theology – VII. Missiology – VIII. Liturgics I. Linguistics and Religious Studies 1. Linguistics As studied by linguistics (Philology), language is an inventory of audible signs combined ¶ according to specific rules to facilitate interpersonal communication. There is a general distinction between language as a transindividual system of signs ( langue) and its actualization by an individual speaker ( parole). Within …

Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph

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Author(s): Hennigfeld, Jochem
[German Version] (Jan 27, 1775, Leonberg – Aug20, 1854, Bad Ragaz). I. Life Schelling’s father, pastor in Leonberg since 1771, was appointed professor of oriental studies at the monastic school of Bebenhausen. There his gifted son participated in seminars as early as 1786. When he was 15, Schelling received special permission to begin studies at the Tübingen Stift (Tübingen: II), where for some time he shared a room with F. Hoelderlin and G.W.F. Hegel. After passing his master’s examination (1792) and theolo…