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Morhof, Daniel Georg (* 1639.02.06 † 1691.07.30)

Basic Overview Data

Born
1639.02.06, Wismar
Died
1691.07.30, Lübeck
Confession
Protestant, Lutheran
Institutional Affiliation
University of Rostock,
University of Kiel
Keyword Filters
Protestant, Lutheran
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Important Family Relations:
Father, Joachim Morhof, Notary and town clerk
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Biography:

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Academic Data

Studies

1648 - 1655 at Wismar Gelehrtenschule
1655 - 1657, 'Weltweisheit' at Stettin Pädagogium [Henricus Schaevius]
1657.03.xx - 1659, Jurisprudence at Rostock University

Academic Degree

1659, Magister Philosophiae at Rostock University
1661, Doctor Juris at Franeker University

Academic Travels

1659 - 1661, The Netherlands (Leiden - , Franeker - ), England (Oxford - )

Academic Teaching

1675, Summer Semester: "Natural Law, Natural Philosophy and Jurisprudence", Private Lecture at Kiel University, Faculty of Philosophy
1675, Winter Semester: "Natural Law, Natural Philosophy and Jurisprudence", Private Lecture at Kiel University, Faculty of Philosophy

Professional Data

Career

1660 - 1665, Ordinary Professor in Eloquence and Poetics at Rostock University, Faculty of Philosophy
1665 - 1673, Ordinary Professor in Eloquence and Poetics at Kiel University, Faculty of Philosophy
1673 - 1691, Ordinary Professor in Eloquence, Poetics and History at Kiel University, Faculty of Philosophy
1680 - 1691, University Librarian at Kiel University

Printed Sources

Books:

Polyhistor sive de notitia auctorum et rerum commentarii, Vol 1-3, (Lübeck: Böckmann, 1688-1692)
    - Vol. 1, 1688: Digital Version
    - Vol. 2, 1688:
        - Edition 1692 (Lübeck: Böckmann): Digital Version
        - Edition 1695 (Lübeck: Böckmann): Digital Version
        - Edition 1698 (Lübeck: Böckmann): Digital Version
    - Vol. 3, 1692
    - Edition 1708, Vol. 1-3 (Lübeck: Böckmann): Digital Version
    - Edition 1714, Vol. 1-3 (Lübeck: Böckmann): Digital Version
    - Edition 1732, Vol. 1-3 (Lübeck: Böckmann): Digital Version
    - Edition 1747, Vol. 1-3 (Lübeck: Böckmann): Digital Version


Dissertations:

Theologia Gentium Politica: exhibens Cultum Principum Idololatricum & genuinum, cuius Dissertationem Primam De Divinitate Principum, (Rostock: Killius. 1662), [Praeses: Daniel Georg Morhof, Respondent: Hero Hersenius]: Digital Version

Manuscript Sources

Direct Personal Connections:

1665, Samuel Reyher, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1665, Samuel Rachel, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1666, Nicolaus Martini, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1682, Simon Heinrich Musäus, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1689, Georg Pasch, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
Mikkel Munthe Jensen, Last Update:  17.03.2021