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Dietrich Tiedemann (1748–1803)

Tiedemann, Dietrich (tē’de-män). A German philosopher; born at Bremerwörde, 1748; died in 1803, at Marburg, where he was professor of philosophy in the university. He wrote: ‘Researches on the Origin of Languages’ (1772); ‘System of the Stoic Philosophy’ (1777); ‘The First Philosophers of Greece’ (1780); ‘Origin of the Magic Arts’ (1787); ‘Spirit of Speculative Philosophy from Thales to Berkeley’ (6 vols., 1790–97); ‘Theætetus; or, Human Knowledge’ (1794).