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Heinrich Christoph Wilhelm Sigwart

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Heinrich Christoph Wilhelm von Sigwart (31 August 1789 – 16 November 1844) was a German philosopher and logician. He was the father of Christoph von Sigwart (28 March 1830 – 4 August 1904), who also was a philosopher and logician. Life Sigwart was born into a family with a long history of philosophers, theologians and physicians at Remmingsheim in Württemberg. From 1813 he served as a repentant at Tübinger Stift in Tübingen, and obtained an associate professorship at the University of Tübingen in 1816. He became a full professor of philosophy at Tübingen in 1818 and wrote numerous books on the history of philosophy. He died in Stuttgart. Works *Über den Zusammenhang des Spinozismus mit der Cartesianischen Philosophie (1816). Google (UMich) *Handbuch zu Vorlesungen über die Logik (1818; 3rd edition, 1835). Google (UCal)
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