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Pasch, Georg (* 1661.09.23 †  1707.09.30)
Pasch, Georg (* 1661.09.23 † 1707.09.30)
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Pasch, Georg (* 1661.09.23 † 1707.09.30)

Basic Overview Data

Born
1661.09.23, Gdansk
Died
1707.09.30, Kiel
Confession
Protestant, Lutheran
Institutional Affiliation
University of Kiel
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Protestant, Lutheran
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Biography:

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Comment on main natural law works:

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Comment on profile’s conception of natural law:

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Academic Data

Studies

1678 - 1681 at Danzig Gymnasium
1681.06.xx - 1682, Theology at Rostock University
1682 - 1684 at Wittenberg University [Calovius, Quenstedt and Dassovius]

Academic Degree

1684, Magister Philosophiae at Wittenberg University

Academic Travels

1686\.. - ../1689, The German States (Altorf - , Tübingen - , Strassburg - , Giessen - , Wolfenbüttel - , Helmstedt - ), Denmark (), The Netherlands (), France (), England ()

Academic Teaching

1702, Summer Semester: "Moral Philosophy by Hugo Grotius", Public Lecture at Kiel University, Faculty of Philosophy

Professional Data

Career

1684 - 1686, Docentus at Wittenberg University
1686 - 1689, Adjunctus at Wittenberg University, Faculty of Philosophy
1689 - 1701, Ordinary Professor in Moral at Kiel University, Faculty of Philosophy
1701 - 1706, Ordinary Professor in Moral, Logic and Metaphysics at Kiel University, Faculty of Philosophy
1706 - 1707, Extraordinary Professor in Theology [Practical Theology] at Kiel University, Faculty of Theology

Printed Sources

Books:

Schediasma De Curiosis Hujus Seculi Inventis, Quorum Accuratiori Cultui Facem Prætulit Antiquitas, (Kiel: Reumann, Riechel, 1695)

De Variis Modis Moralia Tradendi Liber, (Kiel: Riechel, 1707): Digital Version


Dissertations:

Ex Philosophia Naturali Theses Miscellaneae, (Wittenberg: Typis Viduae Brüningianae, 1684), [Praeses: Constantin Ziegra, Respondent: Georg Pasch]

Paradoxon Morale: Et Qui Accipit Et Qui Nihil Vel Pauca Dat, Liberalis Est, (Kiel: 1702), [Praeses: Georg Pasch, Respondent: Joël Johannes Kortholt]: Digital Version
 

Manuscript Sources

Direct Personal Connections:

1689, Nicolaus Martini, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1689, Simon Heinrich Musäus, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1689, Samuel Reyher, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1701, Sebastian Kortholt, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
1704, Christoph Heinrich Amthor, Kiel [Colleague at Kiel University]
Mikkel Munthe Jensen, Last Update:  17.03.2021