Definition of Johann Friedrich Herbart
1. Noun. German philosopher (1776-1841).
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Literary usage of Johann Friedrich Herbart
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Modern Philosophy: A Sketch of the History of Philosophy from by Harald Høffding (1908)
"(£) Johann Friedrich Herbart This thinker, the most prominent figure of the group we are now considering, used to describe himself as " a Kantian of the ..."
2. A Beginner's History of Philosophy by Herbert Ernest Cushman (1911)
"Metaphysics was necessary. It was as necessary a foundation to the Germans as ethics to the Greeks and psychology to the English. Johann Friedrich Herbart. ..."
3. A Textbook in the History of Modern Elementary Education: With Emphasis on by Samuel Chester Parker (1912)
"He suggested supplementing Pestalozzi's sense-perception instruction JOHANN FRIEDRICH HERBART with a study of triangles. This suggestion Herbart carried out ..."
4. An Historical Interpretation of Philosophy by John Bascom (1893)
"Johann Friedrich Herbart (1776), whose life covered very nearly the same period as that of Hegel, was, next to Hegel, the most influential teacher of ..."
5. A History of Philosophy by Frank Thilly (1914)
"In Johann Friedrich Herbart (1776-1841) we have an independent critical thinker who opposes the entire idealistic movement, as it had developed in Germany ..."