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Karl Christian Friedrich Krause (1781–1832)

Krause, Karl Christian Friedrich (krous’ė). A German philosopher; born at Eisenberg, Saxe-Altenburg, May 6, 1781; died at Munich, Sept. 27, 1832. Besides treatises on music, language, and philosophy, he published several works on Freemasonry which best represent his peculiar philosophic ideas. Chief among them are: ‘Observations on the History of Freemasonry’ (1810); ‘The Three Oldest Monuments of Freemasonry’ (1810); ‘Prototype of Mankind’ (1811).