Author:Johann Jakob Brucker

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Johann Jacob Brucker
German historian of philosophy; also previously known by the anglicized name James Brucker.
Johann Jacob Brucker


  • "Tentamen Introductionis in Historiam Doctrinae Logicae de Ideis" ("An Essay Introducing the History of the Logical Doctrine of Ideas"; 1719)
  • Historia Philosophica Doctrinae de Ideis (A History of the Philosophical Doctrine of Ideas; Augsburg, 1723)
  • De Vita et Scriptis Celeberrimi Quondam Viri Eliae Ehingeri Commentatio (A Commentary on the Life and Writings of the Once Most Famous Man Elias Ehinger; Augsburg, 1723)
  • Otium Vindelicum (Augsburg Idleness; Augsburg, 1731)
  • Neue Zusätze Verschiedener Vermehrungen, Erläuterungen und Verbesserungen zu den Kurtzen Fragen aus der Philosophischen Historie (New Additions of Various Expansions, Explanations, and Improvements to Concise Questions from Philosophical History; Ulm, 1737)
  • Historia Critica Philosophiae (A Critical History of Philosophy; Leipzig, 1741–44)
  • Pinacotheca Scriptorum (A Picture Gallery of Writers; Augsburg, 1741–55)
  • Ehren-tempel der Deutschen Gelehrsamkeit (An Honor-Temple of German Scholarship; Augsburg, 1747–49)
  • Institutiones Historiae Philosophicae (Institutions of Philosophical History; Leipzig, 1747)
  • Miscellanea Historiae Philosophicae Literariae Criticae (A Miscellany of Philosophical, Literary, Critical History; Augsburg, 1748)
  • Erste Anfangsgrunde der Philosophischen Geschichte (First Initial Grounds of Philosophical History; Ulm, 1751)
  • A new edition of Luther's Bible (Leipzig, 1758–70)

Works about Brucker[edit]

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