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Leonard Nelson

Leonard Nelson (July 11, 1882, Julius Baumann, and his dissertation was titled Jakob Friedrich Fries und seine jüngsten Kritiker. He was critical of Hegel in his work, Progress and Regress in Philosophy. He is also known for defending the idea of animal rights in his work System of Ethics.[1] Together with Minna Specht he was the founder of Internationaler Sozialistischer Kampfbund.

He was an insomniac and died young from pneumonia.

See also


  1. ^ Nelson, Leonard, System of Ethics, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1956, p. 142.

External links

  • Biography from the Friesian School
  • Biography from the SFCP site
  • ) by Leonard Nelson, translated by Thomas K. Brown IIIDie sokratische Methode (The Socratic Method
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