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Johann Friedrich Flatt

Johann Friedrich Flatt (February 20, 1759 – November 24, 1821) was a German theologian and philosopher born in Tübingen. His brother Karl Christian Flatt (1772–1813) was also a theologian.


He studied philosophy and theology in Tübingen, afterwards continuing his education in Göttingen. In 1792 he was appointed associate professor of philosophy at the University of Tübingen, where in 1798 he became a full professor of theology.

Flatt was a disciple of theologian Gottlob Christian Storr (1746–1805), and like his mentor a representative of the so-called Ältere Tübinger Schule (conservative Tübingen school of theologians) of Biblical Supranaturalism. He is remembered as an outspoken critic of Kantian philosophy.

From 1796 to 1803, he was editor of the Magazin für christliche Dogmatik und Moral (Magazine of Christian Dogmatics and Morals).

Selected publications

  • Commentatio symbolic in qua Ecclesiae nostrae de deitate Christi sententia probatur et vindicatur, 1788
  • Observationes quaedam ad comparandam Kantianam cum disciplina christiana relevant doctrine, 1792
  • Vorlesungen über die Briefe Pauli an den Timotheus und Titus (Lectures on the Letters of Saint Paul to Timothy and Titus), published posthumously
  • Vorlesungen über Christliche Moral (Lectures on Christian Morals), 1823

References

  • English translation


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