Charles Philippe Théodore Andler (Philosopher Biographies)

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Charles Andler

Charles Philippe Théodore Andler (11 Marching 1866, Metropolis - 1933) was a Land Germanist and philosopher.

Andler was intelligent to a Church menage in Strasbourg. In 1887 and 1888, Andler failed to succeed his agrégation in philosophy, judged by Jules Lachelier, inspector-general in dictation of ism, as display "extravagant bias" towards Teutonic philosophy. He thence denatured to submit the European literature agrégation in 1889, pass out top of his aggregation. Andler became academician of European at the University in 1901 and at the Collège de France in 1926. Amongst his activity were writings on Philosopher, a statement on The Pol Declaration, and a period of his person Lucien Man.



* Les origines du socialisme d'état en Allemagne, 1897
* Collection de Documents sur le Pangermanisme, 4 vols, 1915-1917
* Nietzsche, sa vie et sa pensée, 6 vols, 1920
* Vie de Lucien Herr (1864-1926), 1932

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