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Gotthilf Heinrich von Schubert (1780–1860)

Schubert, Gotthilf Heinrich von (shö’bert). A German philosopher; born at Hohenstein, Saxony, April 26, 1780; died at Munich, July 1, 1860. Among his works are: ‘Inklings of a General History of Life’ (1806); ‘Views of the Night Side of Natural Science’ (1808); ‘Symbolism of Dreams’ (1814); ‘The Primordial World and the Fixed Stars’ (1822); ‘History of the, Soul’ (1830); ‘Old and New concerning the Inner Life of the Soul’ (5 vols., 1817–44); ‘Ailings and Perturbations of the Human Soul’ (1845).