Ernst Troeltsch (February 17, 1865 – February 1, 1923) was a German Protestant theologian and writer on en:philosophy of religion and en:philosophy of history, and an influential figure in German thought before 1914. His work was a synthesis of a number of strands, drawing on Albrecht Ritschl, Max Weber's conception of sociology, and the en:Neo-Kantians of the en:Baden school.
German philosopher and theologian
|Name in native language||Ernst Troeltsch|
|Date of birth||17 February 1865|
|Date of death||1 February 1923|
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- Die Bedeutung des Protestantismus für die Entstehung der modernen Welt.djvu 2,600 × 4,000, 101 pages; 2.34 MB
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