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Tieftrunk, Johann Heinrich

(1759–1837). B. Stove, near Rostock, Ger.; follower of I. Kant*; prof. philos. and theol. Halle. Held that basic religious ideas could be derived from basic morality of practical reason indep. of revelation. Works include Einzig möglicher Zweck Jesu aus dem Grundgesetze der Religion entwickelt; Censur des christlichen protestantischen Lehrbegriffs; Die Religion der Mündingen.


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