Storchenau, Sigismund

Storchenau, Sigismund, a German Jesuit, was born in 1731 at Hollenburg. In 1747 he joined the Society of Jesus, lectured at the University of Vienna on philosophy, and suffered himself to be sometimes influenced by the principles of modern philosophy. When his order was abolished he retired to Klagenfurt, where he died in 1797. He wrote, Institutiones Logicoe et Metaphysicoe (Vienna, 1769-71): — Philosophy of Religion (Augsb. 1773-81, 7 vols.). See Regensburger Conversations-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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