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[hahrt-mahn, -muh n; German hahrt-mahn] /ˈhɑrt mɑn, -mən; German ˈhɑrtˌmɑn/
(Karl Robert) Eduard von
[kahrl roh-buh rt ey-doo-ahrt fuh n] /kɑrl ˈroʊ bərt ˈeɪ duˌɑrt fən/ (Show IPA),
1842–1906, German philosopher.
[nee-kaw-lah-ee,, nee-kaw-lahy] /ˌni kɔˈlɑ i,, ˈni kɔˌlaɪ/ (Show IPA),
1882–1950, German philosopher, born in Latvia. Unabridged
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  • It was directly from Plotinos481 that Hartmann took his expression "beyond good and evil."

    Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 4 Plotinos (Plotinus)
  • But, as usual in Hartmann's life, inclination was not consulted.

  • In no way offended, the man glanced after her with another short laugh, then turned to Hartmann.

  • In her departure she nearly collided with Hartmann who was entering from the offices.

  • When, after a few moments' delay, Dr. Hartmann appeared on the threshold, Duvall's hands were both quite empty.

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  • Hartmann went over to the desk and took a letter from the file.

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