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Friedrich Von Schelling

a.k.a. Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling

Author Code: GFVS

Born: Jan. 27, 1775 - Leonberg, nr. Stuttgart, Germany

Died: Aug. 20, 1854 - Bad Ragaz, Switzerland

Educated at the Protestant Seminary at Tubingen, Schelling became close friends with Georg Hegel and Friedrich Holderlin. He spent a year in Leipzig before moving to Jena, Switzerland in 1797 and with Goethe's assistance obtained a professorship. In 1803, he moved to Wurzberg where he lived until 1806. Thereafter he lived in Munich for most of the time until 1841. He went to Berlin that year and took the chair of philosophy at the University, where he had such illustrious students as Kierkegaard, Bakunin, Engels, Burkhardt and von Humboldt, to name a few. Schelling is considered to be one of the most influential thinkers of the school of German Idealism and his works and teaching had a profound impact on many future philosophers. His main works included On the I as Principle of Philosophy or on the Unconditional in Human Knowledge (1795), Philosophical Letters on Dogmatism and Criticism (1795), Natural Philosophy (1797), System of Transcendental Idealism (1800), Presentation of My System of Philosophy (1801), On the Essence of Human Freedom (1809), The Ages of the World (1811-15), System of the Ages of the World (1827-28) and Philosophy of Mythology published posthumously.

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