The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Bergmann, Julius

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The Encyclopedia Americana
Bergmann, Julius
Edition of 1920. See also Julius Bergmann (philosopher) on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

BERGMANN, Julius, German philosopher: b. Opherdike, Westphalia, 1840; d. Marburg, 1904. At Göttingen and at Berlin he devoted himself to mathematics and philosophy, was appointed to the chair of philosophy at Königsberg in 1872, and three years later to a similar chair at Marburg. Among his more important writings are ‘Grundlinien einer Theorie des Bewusstseins’ (1870); ‘Zur Beurteilung des Kriticismus’ (1875); ‘Reine Logik’ (1879); ‘Sein und Erkennen’ (1880); ‘Die Grundprobleme der Logik’ (1882); ‘Geschichte der Philosophie’ (1892-94); ‘Untersuchungen über Hauptpunkte der Philosophie’ (1900); ‘System des objektiven Idealismus’ (1903).