Bartholmess, Christian Jean Guillaume

Bartholmess, Christian Jean Guillaume, a French Protestant theologian, was born Feb. 26, 1815, at Geisselbronn, in Alsace. He studied at Strasburg, and, after completing his theological course, went to Paris as tutor of the family of the marquis de Jeaucourt. Here he especially devoted his leisure hours to the study of the history of philosophy, and published La Vie de Giordano Bruno (1847, 2 vols.). Two years later he published Huet et son Scepticisme, for which he obtained the degree of doctor of philosophy. In 1850 he published L'Histoire de l'Academie de Prusse depuis Leibnitzjusqu'a Schelling (2 vols.). In 1853 he accepted a call as professor of philosophy to Strasburg. In 1855 he published Histoire Critique des Doctrines Reliyieuses de la Philosophie Moderne (2 vols.). He died Aug. 31, 1856, at Nuremberg. See Lichtenberger, Encyclopedie des Sciences Religieuses, s.v. (B. P.)

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