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  1. Christian Wolff (less correctly Wolf, [5] German: [vɔlf]; also known as Wolfius; ennobled as Christian Freiherr von Wolff in 1745; 24 January 1679 – 9 April 1754) was a German philosopher. Wolff was the most eminent German philosopher between Leibniz and Kant. His main achievement was a complete oeuvre on almost every scholarly subject of ...

  2. Christian von Wolff, también conocido como Christian Freiherr von Wolff ( Breslau, Silesia, 24 de enero de 1679 - Halle, 9 de abril de 1754 ), fue un filósofo alemán 1 que tuvo una destacada influencia en los presupuestos racionalistas de Kant. No obstante, su racionalismo está más cerca de Descartes que de Leibniz . Índice 1 Biografía y obra

  3. Christian Wolff (menos correctamente Wolf , alemán: [vɔlf] ; también conocido como Wolfius ; ennoblecido como Christian Freiherr von Wolff en 1745; 24 de enero de 1679 - 9 de abril de 1754) fue un filósofo alemán . Wolff fue el filósofo alemán más eminente entre Leibniz y Kant . Su principal logro fue una obra completa sobre casi todos ...

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    In the "Importance" section, I believe that "i.a." means "inter alia" or "among other things." However, I am not certain of this.In the "Philosophy" section, I cannot find the correction for the word "friendlity."

    The current "Christian Wolff" disambiguation page is at Christian Wolff. I think it should be at Christian Wolff (disambiguation).

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    From the Article: "In 1726 Wolff published his Discours, in which he again mentioned the importance of listening to music put on pregnant Chinese women[note 1], and had reworded some on Moses." LISTENING TO MUSIC PUT ON PREGNANT CHINESE WOMEN?This phrase has no meaning to me. MOSES PHRASEI realize there is a mention of Moses earlier but this phrase...

    Appears to be a direct translation from a german source. It does not convey the very notion of the german epithet ein akademisches Drama , which isn't good german anyhow. An academic upheaval or actual animosity might be better i.m.h.O. - causing an academic drama reads as if Wolff's lecture led to one actual piece of theatrical endeavour in which ...

    "In 1726 Wolff published his Discours, in which he again mentioned the importance of listening to music put on pregnant Chinese women[note 1], and had reworded some on Moses." Huh? Come again? Oh, you think "Note 1" will help? Well, think again...."[Note 1] What happened in Halle should not be seen as an isolated case, but as trendy and fashionable...

  4. Christian Wolff (philosopher) (1679–1754), German philosopher and mathematician Christian Wolff (baroque composer) (1705–1773), German composer Christian Wolff (composer) (born 1934), American composer of experimental classical music Christian Wolff (actor) (born 1938), German actor Characters [ edit]