Eberhard, Johann August (17391809)

Eberhard, Johann August, German philosophical writer, born at Halberstadt; professor at Halle; rationalistic in his theology, and opposed to the Kantian metaphysics; was a disciple of Leibnitz; wrote a “New Apology of Socrates,” in defence of rationalism in theology, as well as a “Universal History of Philosophy,” and a work on German synonyms (17391809).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Eastlake, Sir Charles Lock
Eastwick, Edward Backhouse
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Eau-de-Cologne
Ebal, Mount
Eberhard, Johann August
Ebers, George Moritz
Ebert, Karl Egon
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Ecchymosis
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