Fischer, Ernst Kuno Berthold (b. 1824)

Fischer, Ernst Kuno Berthold, a German historian of philosophy, born at Sandewalde, Silesia; as a student of Erdmann at Halle he was smitten with the love of philosophy, and gave his life to the study of it; after graduating he went to Heidelberg and there established himself as a private lecturer, in which capacity he was eminently successful, but in 1853 was deprived of his status by Government, probably on account of the alleged Pantheistic trend of his teaching; in 1856, however, he was elected to the chair of Philosophy in Jena, and 16 years later was called back to Heidelberg as Zeller's successor; his chief work is a “History of Modern Philosophy”; (b. 1824).

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

Fischart, Johann * Fisher, John
Finmark
Finns
Fiords
Firdausi
Fire-Worship
Firmament
Firman
Firmin, St.
First Gentleman of Europe
Fischart, Johann
Fischer, Ernst Kuno Berthold
Fisher, John
Fiske, John
Fitch, John
Fitz-Boodle, George
FitzGerald, Edward
Fitzgerald, Lady
Fitzgerald, Lord Edward
Fitzherbert, Mrs.
Fitzroy, Robert
Fitzwilliam, William, Earl