Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann (25 August 1775, in Mainz – 23 April 1839, in Bonn) was a German philosopher and anthropologist. He attended the Gymnasium in Mainz, and in 1772 took the course in philosophy at the university there. He continued this course at Würzburg, where he also studied the natural sciences and medicine until 1796. After a year at Vienna he settled in 1797 as a practising physician at Mainz, where he also gave medical lectures. In 1801 the Elector of Mainz, Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal, summoned him to Aschaffenburg as court physician. In 1803 Windischmann became professor of philosophy and history at the institute for philosophy and theology at Aschaffenburg, and in 1818 was appointed professor of philosophy and medicine at the University of Bonn. He took an a

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  • Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann (* 24. August 1775 in Mainz; † 23. April 1839 in Bonn) war Arzt und Philosoph. (de)
  • Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann (25 August 1775, in Mainz – 23 April 1839, in Bonn) was a German philosopher and anthropologist. He attended the Gymnasium in Mainz, and in 1772 took the course in philosophy at the university there. He continued this course at Würzburg, where he also studied the natural sciences and medicine until 1796. After a year at Vienna he settled in 1797 as a practising physician at Mainz, where he also gave medical lectures. In 1801 the Elector of Mainz, Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal, summoned him to Aschaffenburg as court physician. In 1803 Windischmann became professor of philosophy and history at the institute for philosophy and theology at Aschaffenburg, and in 1818 was appointed professor of philosophy and medicine at the University of Bonn. He took an active part against the ideas of George Hermes in the University of Bonn, and when the investigation of Hermesianism began at Rome he was one of the German scholars directed to draw up opinions. The first part of his report was sent to Rome in June, 1834, the second part in March, 1835; the Hermesians consequently attributed to Windischmann a large share in the condemnation of their views. In his earlier years Windischmann's philosophy, as shown in his work Ideen zur Physik (I, Würzburg and Bamberg, 1805), was a pantheistic mysticism under the influence of Schelling's philosophy of nature. He believed, however, that he could unite it with Christianity. But gradually he worked his way into a Christian philosophy. In his chief work, Die Philosophie im Fortgang der Weltgeschichte (Philosophy in the progress of World History), he planned to present the history of philosophy in connection with a positive Christian philosophy of history which was influenced by Hegel. But the work was not finished; its four volumes (Bonn, 1827–1834) only dealt with China and Japan. His son was the orientalist Friedrich Heinrich Hugo Windischmann. (en)
  • Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann, född 24 augusti 1775 i Mainz, död 23 april 1839 i Bonn, var en tysk läkare och filosof; far till Friedrich Windischmann. Windischmann var professor vid Bonns universitet och en katoliserande anhängare av Friedrich von Schellings åsikter. Han var en tid livmedikus hos kurfursten av Mainz, Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal. Windischmann förfäktade teorin om den animala magnetismen. (sv)
  • 卡尔·约瑟夫·希罗尼穆斯·温迪施曼(德語:Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann,1775年8月25日-1839年4月23日)是德国哲学家。 (zh)
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  • Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann (* 24. August 1775 in Mainz; † 23. April 1839 in Bonn) war Arzt und Philosoph. (de)
  • Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann, född 24 augusti 1775 i Mainz, död 23 april 1839 i Bonn, var en tysk läkare och filosof; far till Friedrich Windischmann. Windischmann var professor vid Bonns universitet och en katoliserande anhängare av Friedrich von Schellings åsikter. Han var en tid livmedikus hos kurfursten av Mainz, Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal. Windischmann förfäktade teorin om den animala magnetismen. (sv)
  • 卡尔·约瑟夫·希罗尼穆斯·温迪施曼(德語:Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann,1775年8月25日-1839年4月23日)是德国哲学家。 (zh)
  • Karl Joseph Hieronymus Windischmann (25 August 1775, in Mainz – 23 April 1839, in Bonn) was a German philosopher and anthropologist. He attended the Gymnasium in Mainz, and in 1772 took the course in philosophy at the university there. He continued this course at Würzburg, where he also studied the natural sciences and medicine until 1796. After a year at Vienna he settled in 1797 as a practising physician at Mainz, where he also gave medical lectures. In 1801 the Elector of Mainz, Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal, summoned him to Aschaffenburg as court physician. In 1803 Windischmann became professor of philosophy and history at the institute for philosophy and theology at Aschaffenburg, and in 1818 was appointed professor of philosophy and medicine at the University of Bonn. He took an a (en)
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