Agnes Taubert

Agnes Taubert (married name, Agnes Taubert Hartmann, born January 7, 1844 in Stralsund, † May 8, 1877 in Berlin) was a German writer and philosopher.wikipedia
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In 1872 Taubert married the philosopher Eduard von Hartmann in Berlin-Charlottenburg and had a daughter with him.
Hartmann married Agnes Taubert (1844–1877) on July 3, 1872 in Charlottenburg.

Pessimism controversy

Her work Der Pessimismus und seine Gegner (1873) was a major influence on the pessimism controversy in Germany.
Philosophers who took part included: Arthur Schopenhauer, Eugen Dühring, Eduard von Hartmann, neo-Kantians, Agnes Taubert, Olga Plümacher and critics of von Hartmann.

Stralsund

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Agnes Taubert (married name, Agnes Taubert Hartmann, born January 7, 1844 in Stralsund, † May 8, 1877 in Berlin) was a German writer and philosopher.

Berlin

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Agnes Taubert (married name, Agnes Taubert Hartmann, born January 7, 1844 in Stralsund, † May 8, 1877 in Berlin) was a German writer and philosopher.

Charlottenburg

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In 1872 Taubert married the philosopher Eduard von Hartmann in Berlin-Charlottenburg and had a daughter with him.