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Baumgarten-Crusius, Ludwig Friedrich Otto

(1788 to 1843). B. Merseburg; d. Jena. Studied theol. and philol. at Leipzig. U. preacher Leipzig 1810; prof. Jena 1812; lectured on all branches of theol. except ch. hist.; interested chiefly in hist. of dogma. Advocated rational supernaturalism*; opposed crass rationalism, but also 95 theses of Claus Harms.*


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