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Hermann Ulrici (1806–1884)

Ulrici, Hermann (öl-rē’tsē). A German scholar, critic, and philosopher; born at Pförte, Saxony, March 23, 1806; died at Halle, where he was professor, Jan. 11, 1884. He published in 1833 his ‘Characteristics of Ancient Historiography.’ This was followed by his ‘History of Poetic Art in Greece’ (2 vols., 1835), and a ‘Treatise on Shakespeare’s Dramatic Art’ (1839), which was received with great favor. His philosophical works include ‘On the Principle and Method of Hegel’s Philosophy’ (1841), and ‘God and Nature’ (1862).