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Friedrich Harms

German philosopher
The basics
Occupation Philosopher Educator
Country Germany
Date of birth Kiel
Date of death Apr 05, 1880 Berlin
Authority Library of congress id ISNI id VIAF id
The details

Friedrich Harms (24 October 1819, in Kiel – 5 April 1880, in Berlin) was a German realist philosopher, much influenced by Fichte.
He studied philosophy at the University of Kiel as a pupil of Heinrich Moritz Chalybäus. In 1842 he obtained his habilitation for philosophy at Kiel, where he later became an associate professor (1848; a full professor in 1858). In 1867 he relocated to the University of Berlin as a professor of philosophy.


  • Prolegomena zur Philosophie (1852) – Prolegomena to philosophy.
  • Abhandlungen zur systematischen Philosophie (1868) – Essays on systematic philosophy.
  • Die Philosophie seit Kant (1876) – Philosophy since Immanuel Kant.
  • Ueber die Lehre von Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi (1876) – On the teachings of Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi.
  • Geschichte der Logik (1881) – History of logic.
  • Logik (1886) edited by Heinrich Wiese.
  • Begriff, Formen und Grundlegung der Rechtsphilosophie (1889) edited by Heinrich Wiese.
  • Psychologie (1897) edited by Heinrich Wiese.

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