Herder

Herder, an eminent German thinker, born at Mohrungen, in East Prussia; studied philosophy under Kant, but gave himself up chiefly to literature; became acquainted at Strasburg with Goethe, who was five years his junior, and exercised a great influence over him in his youth; in after years was invited by him to Weimar, where he became court preacher and consistorial councillor, and where he died; wrote the “Spirit of Hebrew Poetry,” “Ideas towards a Philosophy of the History of Humanity,” and “Poems” (1744-1803).

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

Hercynian Forest * Hereford
Hérault
Herbart
Herbert, Edward, Lord
Herbert, George
Herbert, Sidney
Herculaneum
Hercules
Hercules, The Choice of
Hercules, The Pillars of
Hercynian Forest
Herder
Hereford
Herefordshire
Herennius
Hereward the Wake
Herford
Hergest, The Red Book of
Heriot, George
Héristal
Herkomer, Hubert
Hermandad, Santa

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