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Lange, Friedrich Albert (1828–75)

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10.4324/9780415249126-DC048-1
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DOI: 10.4324/9780415249126-DC048-1
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1. Life

Lange was born at Wald and died near Zurich. He was educated at the University of Bonn and later became a university instructor there in 1851. In 1870, he was appointed professor of inductive logic at Zurich. Accepting a professorship at Marburg in 1873, Lange established an influential Neo-Kantian orientation there. By 1861 he became actively involved in politics, working for constitutional reform along democratic socialist lines.

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