1863 – 1947
Who was Hans Cornelius?
Johannes Wilhelm Cornelius was a German neo-Kantian philosopher.
Born in Munich, he originally studied mathematics, physics, and chemistry, graduating with a Ph.D. in 1886, before turning to philosophy. In 1894, he habilitated in philosophy and subsequently held a post in philosophy at the University of Munich. In 1910, Cornelius moved as a full professor to the "Akademie für Sozialwissenschaften", which four years later would become a department of the newly founded University of Frankfurt. Among his students in Frankfurt were Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno. He retired in 1928.
Cornelius died in 1947 in Gräfelfing.
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- Aug 23, 1947
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