Category:German philosophers

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This category specifies German philosophers. Both terms are taken in a wide sense.

German refers to having been born or having been naturalized in a state located in the area now known as Germany, the Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation ("Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation"), East Prussia, the German Empire, or any other germanophone area no longer included within the borders of present-day Germany.

Philosopher is a debated term and needs specification. See Category talk:Philosophers#Definition_of_philosopher.

Many wrote in German, but others wrote in Latin or French.

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Pages in category "German philosophers"

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