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Vogl, Carl, 1866-

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Personal name headingVogl, Carl, 1866-
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Variant(s)Vogl, Carl, b. 1866
Vogl, Karel, 1866-
Vogl, Karl, 1866-
Birth date1866-03-04
Death date1944-12-05
Place of birthBechyně (Czech Republic)
Place of deathJena (Germany)
Field of activityChristian socialism
AffiliationSozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands
Profession or occupationClergy Philosophers Theologians
Found inDas magische Ich, 1921: t.p. (Carl Vogl)
OCLC, Dec. 14, 2001 (hdg.: Vogl, Carl, 1866- ; Vogl, Karl; usage: Carl Vogl, Karl Vogl, Karel Vogl)
Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte, Volume 17 (2004): page 396 (Pfarrer Dr. phil. Carl Vogl (1866-1944)) page 397, etc. (born in Bohemia; convert to Protestantism from Catholicism; studied Lutheran theology; ordained as pastor in the Landeskirche von Sachsen-Meiningen; published philosophical and theological works; became a proponent of anarchism and pacifism; politically active in the SPD after World War I and elected to the Landtag von Sachsen-Meiningen; became interested in occult-spiritual and mysticism; became proponent of socialism; died 5 December 1944)
Wikipedia, viewed March 16, 2021: German Carl Vogl page (Carl Vogl; born 4 March 1866 in Bechyně; died 5 December 1944 in Vierzehnheiligen (Jena); philosopher, Lutheran [evangelischer] theologian, and religious socialist)
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