Ulrici, Hermann

Ulrici, Hermann a philosophical writer of Germany, was born March 23, 1806, at Pforten, Lower Lusatia. He studied law at Halle and Berlin, and commenced to practice in 1827. Upon the death of his father, in 1829, he gave up the practice of law, and began studies which were more congenial to him. In 1833 he commenced his academical career in the philosophical faculty at Berlin, went to Halle in 1834, and died January 11, 1884. Ulrici belonged to the school of speculative philosophy which combated the idealistic pantheism of Hegel by a theistic view of the universe, based upon the facts of natural philosophy and psychology. His principal works are, Glauben und Wissen, Speculation und exacte Wissenschaft (Leipsic, 1858): — Gott und die Natur (1862; 2d ed. 1866): — Gott und der Mensch (1866). (B.P.)

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