Heydenreich, Karl Heinrich
Heydenreich, Karl Heinrich a German philosopher, was born February 19,1764, at Stolpen, in Saxony. He embraced first the philosophy of Spinoza, later that of Kant, and taught the Kantian philosophy as professor at the University of Leipzig from 1789 to 1797. He died April 29, 1801. Among his writings are Naturulnd Gött nach Spinoza (Leipzig, 1788): — Philosophie der natürlichen Religion
(Leipzig, 1791, 2 vols): — Einleitung i. d. Studien der Philosophie (Leipzig, 1793): — Psychologische Entwickelung des Aberglaubens (Leipzig, 1797).Hoefer, Nouv. Biogr. Géneralé, 24, 621; Krug, Handworterbuch d. philos. Tissenschaff, 2, 422.