Ludwig Noiré

Philosopher, Author

1829 – 1889

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Who was Ludwig Noiré?

Ludwig Noiré was a German philosopher who proposed a language-critical philosophy with a monistic foundation. In his account, metaphysics and the Kantian critique of pure reason are replaced by scientific investigation that is psychological and linguistic in character. Noiré worked as a schoolteacher in Mainz and was highly influenced by the work of Schopenhauer, Darwin, Spinoza and Lazarus Geiger.

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Born
Mar 26, 1829
Alzey
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Died
Mar 27, 1889
Mainz

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on July 23, 2013

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