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  1. Johann Christoph Gottsched (Juditten, cerca de Königsberg, Alemania, 2 de febrero de 1700 - Leipzig, 12 de diciembre de 1766) fue un escritor, dramaturgo y crítico alemán . Biografía [ editar] Gedichte Nació en Juditten, cerca de Königsberg, hijo de un pastor luterano.

  2. 8 de dic. de 2022 · Johann Christoph Gottsched, (born Feb. 2, 1700, Judithenkirch, near Königsberg, Prussia [now Kaliningrad, Russia]—died Dec. 12, 1766, Leipzig, Saxony [Germany]), literary theorist, critic, and dramatist who introduced French 18th-century classical standards of taste into the literature and theatre of Germany.

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  3. In 1730, Gottsched was appointed an extraordinary professor of poetry, and, in 1734, ordinary professor of logic and metaphysics at the University of Leipzig. He was also a corresponding member of the first learned society of the Habsburg monarchy , the Societas eruditorum incognitorum in Olmütz (Olomouc), and was published in the Society's journal, which was the first scientific journal in the Habsburg monarchy.

  4. Johann Christoph Gottsched fue un escritor, dramaturgo y crítico alemán. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Johann Christoph Gottsched . Home

  5. Philosopher, literary critic, and theoretician, Johann Christoph Gottsched was Christian Wolff's disciple and one of the architects of the German Aufkl ä rung. Particularly conscious of Germany's cultural shortcomings, compared to France and England, Gottsched worked vigorously to reform German theater and poetry.

  6. Johann Christoph Gottsched. * 02.02.1700 in Juditten bei Königsberg (Ostpreußen) † 12.12.1766 in Leipzig. JOHANN CHRISTOPH GOTTSCHED war Übersetzer, Herausgeber, Dramatiker und Dichtungstheoretiker. In seiner Dichtungstheorie verurteilte er den barocken Dichtungsstil und forderte mehr Klarheit und Moralität in der deutschen Dichtung.

  7. 3 de feb. de 2014 · Johann Christoph Gottsched is one of the key figures in the early German enlightenment. This volume covers the entire gamut of Gottsched research, re-examines all accepted wisdom, and proposes new assessments for discussion. It pays particular attention to lesser known aspects of Gottsched’s work, such as his contributions to the natural sciences, ...