Lange, Friedrich Albert

Lange, Friedrich Albert a German philosophical writer, and son of the famous theologian Johann Peter (q.v.), was born Septmber 28, 1828, at Wald, near Solingen. He studied at Zurich and Bonn, was in 1852 professor at the gymnasium in Cologne, and in 1855 privatdocent of philosophy at Bonn. In 1861 he was appointed professor at the Duisburg gymnasium, was called in 1870 to Zurich, in 1873 to Marburg, and died November 21, 1875. His best work is

Geschichte des Materialismus und Kritik seiner Bedeutung in der Gegenwart (Iserlohn, 1865; 2d ed. 1873-75,2 volumes; Engl. transl. by E.C. Thomas, Boston, 1877 sq., 3 volumes). See Vaihinger, Hartiann, Duhring und Lange (Iserlohn, 1876). (B.P.)

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