Advertisement

Advertisement

Schleiermacher

[ shlahy-uhr-mah-khuhr ]

noun

  1. Frie·drich Ernst Da·ni·el [free, -d, r, i, kh, e, r, nst , dah, -nee-el], 1768–1834, German theologian and philosopher.


Schleiermacher

/ ˈʃlaiərˌmaxər /

noun

  1. SchleiermacherFriedrich Ernst Daniel17681834MGermanRELIGION: theologianPHILOSOPHY: philosopher Friedrich Ernst Daniel (ˈfriːdrɪç ɛrnst ˈdaːnjeːl). 1768–1834, German Protestant theologian and philosopher. His works include The Christian Faith (1821–22)


Discover More

Example Sentences

Schleiermacher, on Socrates, translated by Bishop Thirlwall, is well worth attention.

The pens of Fichte, Schleiermacher, and other great writers continued to build up public spirit.

Pray remember to send the MS. translation of Schleiermacher's little book, and also the book itself.

Schleiermacher's face is very delicately cut, and indicates a highly susceptible temperament.

I find more to concur with in his views, than in those of Schleiermacher or Steinhart.

Advertisement

Word of the Day

steadfast

[sted-fast]

Meaning and examples

Start each day with the Word of the Day in your inbox!

By clicking "Sign Up", you are accepting Dictionary.com Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement


Schleidenschlemiel