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August Tholuck He published at various times valuable contributions towards a history of rationalism--"Vorgeschichte des Rationalismus" (1853–1862), "Geschichte des Rationalismus" (1865), and a number of essays connected with the history of theology and especially of apologetics. His views on inspiration were indicated in his work "Die Propheten und ihre Weissagungen" (1860), in his essay on the ""Alte Inspirationslehre"," in "Deutsche Zeitschrift für christliche Wissenschaft" (1850), and in his "Gespräche über die vornehmsten Glaubensfragen der Zeit" (1846; 2nd ed., 1867).
Gustav Friedrich Waagen In 1844 he was appointed professor of art history at the Berlin University, and in 1861 he was called to St Petersburg as adviser in the arranging and naming of the pictures in the imperial collection. On his return he published a book on the Hermitage collection (Munich, 1864). Among his other publications are some essays on Rubens, Mantegna and Signorelli; "Kunstwerke und Künstler in Deutschland"; and "Die vornehmsten Kunstdenkmäler in Wien".
Hermann Samuel Reimarus Reimarus' reputation as a scholar rests on the valuable edition of "Dio Cassius" (1750–52) which he prepared from the materials collected by Johann Andreas Fabricius. He published a work on logic ("Vernunftlehre als Anweisung zum richtigen Gebrauche der Vernunft", 1756, 5th ed., 1790), and two popular books on the religious questions of the day. The first of these was a collection of essays on the principal truths of natural religion ("Abhandlungen von den vornehmsten Wahrheiten der natürlichen Religion", 1755, 7th ed., 1798); the second ("Betrachtungen über die Triebe der Thiere", 1760, 4th ed., 1798) dealt with one particular branch of the same subject.
Karl Gottfried Wilhelm Theile With Rudolf Ewald Stier, he was co-author of a Polyglot Bible, titled ""Polyglotten--Bibel zum praktischen Handgebrauch: Die Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments in übersichtlicher Nebeneinanderstellung des Urtextes, der Septuaginta, Vulgata und Luther-Uebersetzung, so wie der wichtigsten Varianten der vornehmsten deutschen Uebersetzungen"" ("Polyglot Bible for practical use as a handbook: The Holy Bible; Old and New Testaments in a clear juxtaposition of the original texts, the Septuagint, Vulgate and Luther translations, as the more important variants of the most distinguished German translations"). Other noteworthy written efforts by Theile include:
Jodok Mörlin Nothing is known about his early years. But in 1508 he was studying at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau, with Johann Eck as one of his teachers, and then, on a scholarship, at the University of Leipzig in 1509 and the University of Wittenberg in 1510. Here in Wittenberg his career was made. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree after only a few months in 1510 and a "Magister"’s degree in 1512 and became the Professor of Metaphysics in 1514 and then the Dean of the Faculty of Arts in 1516, all at the University of Wittenberg. In 1517 and 1518, he taught an introductionary course about “the three principal languages, Latin, Hebrew and Greek, and the ‘Luther College’ grammar [ "der dreier vornehmsten sprach, der lateinischen, jüdischen und kriechischen, und der Kollege Luther grammatica" ].”
Johann Franz Buddeus His works, great and small, number over a hundred. Of those published in the Halle period may be mentioned "Elementa philosophiæ practicæ" (1697) and "Elementa philosophiæ eclecticæ" (1703). To the second Jena period belong among others the "Institutiones theologiæ moralis" (1711; German transl., 1719), a work strictly in accordance with his philosophical ethics; the "Historia ecclesiastica veteris testamenti" (1715–18); "Theses theologicæ de atheismo et superstitione" (1716), which, directed especially against Spinoza, attracted much attention; "Institutiones theologiæ dogmaticæ", (1723), a work once very influential, obviously founded on Baier's Compendium; "Historische und theologische Einleitung in die vornehmsten Religionsstreitigkeiten" (1724, 1728), edited by Walch; "Isagoge historico-theologica ad theologiam universam" (1727), dealing with the problems methods, and history of theology in a way remarkable for that time; and "Ecclesia apostolica" (1729), intended as an introduction to the study of the New Testament.
Samuel von Pufendorf In 1677 Pufendorf was called to Stockholm as Historiographer Royal. To this new period belong "Einleitung zur Historie der vornehmsten Reiche und Staaten" as well as "Commentarium de rebus suecicis libri XXVI., ab expeditione Gustavi Adolphi regis in Germaniam ad abdicationem usque Christinae" and "De rebus a Carolo Gustavo gestis". In his historical works, Pufendorf wrote in a very dry style, but he professed a great respect for truth and generally drew from archival sources. In "De habitu religionis christianae ad vitam civilem" he traces the limits between ecclesiastical and civil power. This work propounded for the first time the so-called "collegial" theory of church government ("Kollegialsystem"), which, developed later by the learned Lutheran theologian Christoph Mathkus Pfaff, formed the basis of the relations of church and state in Germany and more especially in Prussia.
August Neander In the year following his appointment he published a second monograph "Der Heilige Bernhard und sein Zeitalter" (Berlin, 1813) and then in 1818 his work on Gnosticism ("Genetische Entwickelung der vornehmsten gnostischen Systeme"). A still more extended and elaborate monograph than either of the preceding followed in 1822, "Der Heilige Johannes Chrysostomus und die Kirche besonders des Orients in dessen Zeitalter", and again, in 1824 another on Tertullian ("Antignostikus"). He had in the meantime begun his great work, to which these efforts were only preparatory studies. The first volume of his "Allgemeine Geschichte der christlichen Religion und Kirche" embracing the history of the first three centuries, made it appearance in 1825. The others followed at intervals—the fifth, which appeared in 1842, bringing down the narrative to the pontificate of Boniface VIII. A posthumous volume edited by CFT Schneider in 1852, carried it on to the period of the council of Basel.
August Friedrich Wilhelm Crome In Dessau Crome developed the work, which would make his fame: the first product map of Europe (1782), entitled "Neue Carte Von Europa welche die merkwürdigsten Producte und vornehmsten Handelspläze nebst dem Flächen-Inhalt aller Europäischer Länder in deutschen Quadrat-Meilen enthält" (New map of Europe which contains the strangest and most prestigious products of trading places together with the surface content of all European countries in German square miles). This map showed for all parts of Europe a recordings of prominent goods and services produced. The map received very positive reception, including a review by Georg Forster, and proved to be a financial success for Crome. Today this map is considered to be the earliest economic thematic map.