T�bingen, Germany:: Typis Fuesianis, 1788.. Small 4to. 106,  pp. Corigenda, addenda, index. Early paper-backed boards, ink holograph spine title. Pitts Theology Library bookplate. Ink signature of M. Andler, 1788 at free front end-paper; pencil Andler signature at title-page. Very good. Storr�s doctoral thesis for the University of T�bingen. Storr �was a German Protestant theologian born in Stuttgart. � �He studied philosophy, theology and other subjects at the University of T�bingen, and following his theological examination in 1768, undertook an educational journey through Germany, Holland, England and France. In 1772 he was appointed lecturer (Stiftsrepetent) at T�binger Stift, and later became an associate professor of philosophy (1775) and theology (1777) at T�bingen. � �Storr was an outspoken advocate of Biblical Supranaturalism, and founder of �ltere T�binger Schule (a conservative T�bingen school of theologians). His conservative orthodox views in theology placed him at odds with proponents of the Enlightenment, rationalism and Kantian philosophy. Two of Storr�s better known followers were Friedrich Gottlieb S�skind (1767�1829) and Johann Friedrich Flatt (1759�1821)� (Wikip.). WorldCat: 4 copies. (Inventory #: LV2165)
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