Johann Friedrich Schultz

Johann Friedrich Schultz ([[Silhouette Johann Friedrich Schultz also known as Johann Schultz (11 June 1739 in Mühlhausen – 27 June 1805 in Königsberg) was a German Enlightenment, Protestant, theologian, mathematician and philosopher. He is best known as a close personal friend and trusted expositor (a person who explains complicated ideas) of Immanuel Kant. Johann Schultz was a ''Hofprediger'' (second court chaplain) and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Königsberg. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Cosel, Heinrich
Published 1648
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Published 1660
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by Eichel, Johannes
Published 1669
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by Eichel, Johannes 1621-1688
Published 1669
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by Saubert, Johann 1638-1688
Published 1670
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by Saubert, Johann
Published 1671
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by Saubert, Johann 1638-1688
Published 1671
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by Saubert, Johann
Published 1678
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by Saubert, Johann
Published 1678
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by Schultz, Johann
Published 1680
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by Schultz, Johann
Published 1689
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by Schultz, Johann
Published 1692
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by Schultz, Johann
Published 1694
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by Schultz, Johann
Published 1694
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by Hoffmann, Friedrich
Published 1696
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