Joseph Wilhelm Nahlowsky
He studied at the University of Prague, where he also taught on a temporary basis from 1845. Then he was a teacher in Przemysl and Chernivtsi. In 1852 he became professor of philosophy at the University of Olomouc , which was however abolished in 1855, after which he was transferred to the University of Pest . In 1860 he lost his job there. From 1862 to 1878 he was a full professor of philosophy at the University of Graz . He belonged to the Herbart school .
- The duel. Its absurdity and its moral reprehensibility . Leipzig 1864.
- The emotional life. In its most essential appearances and references . Leipzig 1884.
- General ethics. With reference to real living conditions . Leipzig 1903.
- The emotional life in its most essential manifestations and relationships . Leipzig 1907.
- Carl von Prantl : Nahlowsky, Joseph Wilhelm . In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Volume 23, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1886, p. 242.
|SURNAME||Nahlowsky, Joseph Wilhelm|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian philosopher|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 18, 1812|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Prague|
|DATE OF DEATH||January 15, 1885|
|Place of death||Graz|