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Friedrich Max Muller

Author Code: GFMM

Born: Dec. 6, 1823 - Dessau, Germany

Died: Oct. 28, 1900 - Oxford, England

Educated at Leipzig University, Muller received his PhD in philosophy in 1843. He then studied in Berlin and assisted Friedrich Schelling in the translation of the Upanishads. Muller was gifted as a linguist and was fluent in Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, Greek, Latin and the major European languages. In 1845 he moved to Paris in order to further his studies of Sanskrit and the following year left for England.There he studied Sanskrit texts in the possession of the East India Company, settling in Oxford where he became a leader in Indian culture and philology. In 1851, he became a member of Christ Church, Oxford, and began lecturing on various subjects. In 1854 he became a professor of Modern European Languages and from 1868 until his retirement in 1875, he was Oxford's first professor of Comparative Theology at All Souls' College. Over the years, Muller was responsible for translating into English some of the most ancient and important philosophical and religious texts. He also produced some fictional works early in his career. After his retirement from Oxford, Muller continued to lecture for many years and continued writing until his death. His many works include A History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature... (1859), Memories: A Story of German Love (1859), Lectures on the Science of Language (1864) Chips From a German Workshop (1875), Introduction to the Science of Religion (1873), India, What Can It Teach Us? (1883), Biographical Essays (1884), The Science of Thought (1887), Six Systems of Hindu Philosophy (1899) and My Autobiography: A Fragment (1901 Posthumous).

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