Death of German Philosopher Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi

Death of German Philosopher Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi

Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi
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German philosopher Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi dies in Munich. Jacobi coined the term nihilism, criticizing it as a problem in Enlightenment philosophy.

Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi anticipated many of the critiques of modern secularism and secular government made by apologists for traditional religious beliefs and systems.

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