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Jakob Frohschammer (1821–1893)

Frohschammer, Jakob (frō’shäm-er). A German philosopher; born in Illkosen, Bavaria, Jan. 6, 1821; died at the Kreuth, June 14, 1893. He was a Catholic priest, whose writings cost him his pastorate. These include: ‘Christianity and Modern (Nature) Science’ (1868); ‘The Imagination [Phantasie] as the Fundamental Factor [Grundprinzip] in Cosmic Evolution [Weltprozess]’ (1877); and ‘Outline System of Philosophy’ (Part 1, 1892).