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Andreas-Salomé, Lou, 1861-1937

Summary Article: Andreas-Salomé, Lou from Biographical Dictionary of 20th Century Philosophers
Russian, b: 12 February 1861, St Petersburg, d: 5 February 1937, Göttingen, Germany. Cat: Nietzschean; philosopher of love, sexuality and woman; psychoanalytic writer; philosopher of religion. Educ: Philosophy and the History of Religion, with Pastor Hendrik Gillot, in St Petersburg, 1879–80; attended university lectures in Philosophy, Theology and Art History in Zurich, 1880–81; attended Freud’s classes in Vienna, 1912–13. Infls: Nietzsche, Freud, Rainer Maria Rilke and Spinoza. Main publications: (1892) Hendrik Ibsens Frauengestalten [Hendrik Ibsen’s Female Characters], Eugen Diederichs Jena. ....    Continue Reading

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