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HAECKEL
RENOUNCE SYNCRETISM
STUDIES
STUDENT
DEPARTMENT
DISASTER
LOUISIANA
PAST YEAR
WORLD WAR
BATTLE
NAPOLEONIC WARS
BERLIN
LEIPZIG
SEMANTIC WEB
CITY
TOWN CENTER
SAALE
NUMBER
CARL ZEISS
PRIVATDOZENT
PHILOSOPHY
HEGEL
ASSISTANT
PROFESSORSHIP
PROFESSOR
YEAR
HALLE
PRUSSIAN ARMY
NAPOLEON
PRUSSIA
PRUSSIANS
MATHEMATICS
JENA UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY
GERMANY
THURINGIA
JENA
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Definitions

  1. Jena is a Java framework for building Semantic Web applications. (Web site)
  2. Jena (pronunciation IPA: [ˈjeːna]) is a city in central Germany on the river Saale.
  3. Jena is a town in constant motion.
  4. Jena was the center of Gnesio-Lutheran activity during the controversies leading up to the Formula of Concord.
  5. Jena is also famous of its Carl Zeiss optics and the Schott glass factories.

Haeckel

  1. Haeckel is honorary president of the Monistenbund (Society of Monists), founded at Jena in 1906, for the purpose of propagating the doctrines of Monism. (Web site)

Renounce Syncretism

  1. Calov succeeded in having the whole University of Jena (and after a long resistance Musæus himself) compelled to renounce syncretism.

Studies

  1. In Jena Rudolf Hirzel lived in the same house as Gottlob Frege and it has been conjectured that his studies in ancient logic may have influenced him [ 1].

Student

  1. Additionally, there are some 4,500 students at the university of applied sciences (Fachhochschule), making one out of four citizens of Jena a student.

Department

  1. The greater portion of the assets were deeded to the University of Jena, whose Department of Education managed the universities interests. (Web site)

Disaster

  1. Frederick William III resumed the war, but suffered disaster at Jena and withdrew from the war after ceding yet more territory at the Treaty of Tilsit.

Louisiana

  1. The people of Jena, the people of Louisiana and I are not racist.

Past Year

  1. Nothing more clearly illustrates this point than what has occurred over the past year in Jena, Louisiana and the orgy of hatred that Jena has suffered. (Web site)

World War

  1. The history of Carl Zeiss AG begins in Jena before World War II, then the world's largest location of camera production.

Battle

  1. Shot, to death or worse, at the Battle of Jena, October, 1806; "battle lost before it was begun,"--such the strategic history they give of it.

Napoleonic Wars

  1. Kleist served in the Napoleonic Wars and fought at Jena. (Web site)

Berlin

  1. In the following October Napoleon entered Berlin in triumph, after the Battle of Jena.

Leipzig

  1. At the age of 15 he entered the University of Leipzig, where he studied jurisprudence, and continued his study of law at Jena and Helmstedt. (Web site)

Semantic Web

  1. A Java crawler for RDF webs based on Jena that spiders the semantic web and stores it. (Web site)

City

  1. To visit the city of Jena is a must.
  2. He did this in the city of Jena at a self opened workshop, where he started his lens making career. (Web site)

Town Center

  1. Located in the town center of Jena, close to shopping, restaurants and entertainment and near the university and station.

Saale

  1. Towns on the Thuringian portion of the Saale include Saalfeld, Rudolstadt and Jena.

Number

  1. Still important to Jena, the number of workers drastically declined after Jena became part of capitalistic Germany.

Carl Zeiss

  1. The collection of the scientific staff of Carl Zeiss at Jena, which contains articles by Arthur König and M. von Rohr specially dealing with aberrations. (Web site)
  2. The portfolio of Carl Zeiss in Jena covers the major future markets of life sciences, ophthalmology, display technologies and semiconductor fabrication. (Web site)

Privatdozent

  1. In 1801 Hegel secured a place at the University of Jena as a privatdozent.

Philosophy

  1. From the gymnasium of Eisleben he passed, in 1790, as a student of philosophy, to the University of Jena, where he was befriended by Friedrich Schiller.
  2. After holding positions as a tutor he went to Jena in 1801 as a Privatdozent in philosophy.

Hegel

  1. Ludwig Fischer and his mother (whom Hegel may have offered to marry following the death of her husband) stayed behind in Jena. (Web site)

Assistant

  1. Shortly after he married Annamaria Bertel in 1920, he went to the University of Jena as an assistant to Max Wien. (Web site)

Professorship

  1. Frege retired from his professorship in Jena in 1917. (Web site)

Professor

  1. In 1789, he was appointed professor of History and Philosophy in Jena, where he wrote only historical works. (Web site)
  2. Karl von Bardeleben (1849-1919) was a German anatomist who was a professor and prosector at the University of Jena. (Web site)

Year

  1. This year there were a number of stories that the big blogs missed that were being covered by smaller blogs such as the Jena 6 and the situation in Burma.
  2. The same year, he became the assistant to Max Wien, in Jena, and in September 1920 he attained the position of a.

Halle

  1. Hesekiel studied history and philosophy in Halle, Jena and Berlin, and devoted himself in early life to journalism and literature. (Web site)
  2. He studied in Halle and Jena, afterwards residing at Heidelberg, Vienna and Berlin.
  3. He studied at Jena, Halle, and Dresden, and then at twenty-one took part in the Greek struggle, with very unsatis- factory results. (Web site)

Prussian Army

  1. His great-grandfather served in the armies of Frederick the Great, and his grandfather was an officer in the Prussian Army at Jena.

Napoleon

  1. In 1806, the Prussian Army marched lockstep into defeat and disaster at the hands of Napoleon at Jena. (Web site)
  2. The defeat of the Prussian troops by Napoleon in the battle of Jena on October 14, 1806, led to Prussia's surrender.
  3. He distinguished himself at the battles of Saalfeld and Jena, and at Friedland he commanded the I Corps in such a manner that Napoleon made him marshal.

Prussia

  1. Prussia reentered the war against France in 1806, but its forces were badly beaten at the Battle of Jena that same year. (Web site)
  2. In a second campaign he destroyed at Jena both the army and the state of Frederick William III of Prussia.

Prussians

  1. Then, he defeated the Prussians and Russians in the War of the Fourth Coalition at Friedland, Jena, and Eylau. (Web site)
  2. Later, in 1806, the French armies defeated the Prussians at Jena and entered Posen (Poznan) led by the Poles under Dabrowski.

Mathematics

  1. Thereafter he taught at Jena in the department of mathematics. (Web site)
  2. After returning to Jena two years later, he became lecturer of mathematics. (Web site)

Jena University

  1. It was here, in 1846, that Herr Zeiss began his workshop, making high quality magnifying glasses for the faculty of Jena University. (Web site)

University

  1. Eventually, in 1866, he paid a visit to Jena University where he met with Ernst Abbe, then a lecturer at Jena.
  2. He submitted a draft to physicist Max Wien, director of the Institute of Physics at the University of Jena, and to Bruno Bauch.
  3. Max Wien (1866 – 1938) was a German physicist and the director of the Institute of Physics at the University of Jena.

Germany

  1. City wall between the towers Johannisturm and Pulverturm (powder tower) in Jena, Germany.
  2. The Jenaer Philharmonie is a symphony orchestra based in Jena, Germany.

Thuringia

  1. Since 1990, the city of Jena has been a part of the Free State of Thuringia which is itself part of the Federal Republic of Germany. (Web site)
  2. Friedrich Schiller University of Jena (FSU) is located in Jena, Thuringia in Germany and was renamed for the German writer Friedrich Schiller in 1934. (Web site)

Jena

  1. Napoleon himself defeated a Prussian army at Jena (October 14, 1806), and Davout defeated another at Auerstädt on the same day. (Web site)
  2. Frege began his studies at the University of Jena in 1869, moving to Göttingen after two years, where he received his Ph.D. in mathematics, in 1873.
  3. Richard Kiepert studied geography and history in Berlin and Heidelberg, and in 1874 received his Doctorate of Philosophy at the University of Jena.

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  2. Information > Knowledge > Education > University
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